|Learning Recovery Reserve Stakeholder Survey Open Now |
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is interested in hearing from communities across the state about education priorities they would like OSPI to consider for learning recovery and acceleration efforts using federal funds from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) and state funds provided by the Legislature. While the bulk of funds go directly to school districts and are earmarked for specific programs, about 6% percent of funds (equivalent to $200 million) are broadly focused on learning recovery and acceleration. OSPI seeks input on uses for this amount. Prior to providing input, we encourage people to review the one-pager explainer, available in English and Spanish, which provides an overview on how the Legislature allocated federal ESSER funds. We are using an online survey, also available in English and Spanish, to collect responses from communities and stakeholders.
The survey will be open through August 31, 2021.
Access the one-pagers and the survey following these links:
American Rescue Plan Act ESSER Funds: A Short Explainer
Fondos ESSER de la Ley del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense: Breve explicación
Learning Recovery Reserve: Stakeholder Survey
Reserva para la recuperación del aprendizaje: encuesta de participación para las partes interesadas
SAMHSA’s National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC) requests input from the field on priority needs and interests for trainings and technical assistance (TTA). All stakeholders in the children’s, youth, and family mental health field are warmly invited to respond to NTTAC’s Needs Assessment Survey, whether clinicians, service providers, administrators, educators, advocates, peers, or in another role. NTTAC will use this input to design responsive, practical services and resources. The survey takes approximately 5-15 minutes, and most questions are multiple choice.