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Meeting the Needs of All Salem-Keizer Public School Students Utilizing Equitable Policies and Procedures

  • 03 Feb 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Willamette Heritage Center, Dye House

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Meeting the Needs of All Salem-Keizer Public School Students Utilizing Equitable policies and Procedures


Presented in Partnership with the Salem Public Library Foundation and Salem Reads: One Book, One Community. The 2023 book selection is Trevor Noah’s, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, available at the Salem Public Library and from your favorite book seller.


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Free for Members and Non-Members


With over 40,000 students, Salem-Keizer Public Schools District 24J is a kaleidoscope of cultures, ethnicity, economic circumstances, and languages. As the second largest district in Oregon, Salem-Keizer “serves the greatest number of students living in poverty, the most students learning English, and the most migrant students of any school district in Oregon. In addition, the district serves a large number of refugee students.

Join us for a discussion of the importance of achieving an equitable education for all Salem-Keizer public school students, including historically marginalized and underserved students of color.

The Panel:

Cynthia Richardson, Director, Office of Student Equity, Access and Advancement (OSEAA), Salem-Keizer Public Schools.

Christy Perry, Superintendent, Salem-Keizer Public Schools.

Ashley Dunn, OSEAA Community Resource Specialist for African American Students, K-12.



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