Budget, Government, Salem

State plans to spend $400 million in Education Stability Funds for school funding gaps

The Oregon Capitol building in Salem. Photo: Chas Hundley

An updated brief from the Oregon Legislative Fiscal Office originally released in May and re-released in September shows the state will spend $400 million of Education Stability Fund (ESF) money to pay for losses resulting from the COVID-19 . . .

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