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Schools unveil plan to reach underserved students

Since September, the 44 educators, parents, students and community members on the Salem-Keizer School District’s Student Investment Account Task Force have been working to develop a strategy targeting traditionally underserved segments of the student body. 

 At the Feb. 11 Board of Directors meeting, the task force presented its recommendation to Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) Superintendent Christy Perry.  

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