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Salem-Keizer Public Schools is slated to receive more than $35 million from the Student Success Act. Annually, this student investment account can only be used to meet students’ mental or behavioral health needs and increase academic achievement for students while reducing academic disparities.

The district convened a student investment account task force in September and the group wrapped up its initial phase of work . . .

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