Proposition G Community Input Survey

What is Proposition G?

Prop. G was passed by San Francisco voters on November 2022's election. The Prop established the Student Success Fund grant program, which will be administered by the City Department of Children and Families, with grants of up to $1 million per year to San Francisco Unified School District schools from Pre-K to 12th grade.

Specifically, grants up to $1 million would be awarded from the Student Success Fund to individual schools for hiring more educators, nurses, tutors, literacy and math specialists, academic coaches, social workers, specialized curriculum, school psychologists and other support staff. 

The fund could also be used for community-based organizations or city departments to provide after school programs, therapeutic arts and culture programs or summer school. 

*The grants are not to be used for funding core staffing.*

Why we need your input! *Student Survey Only - Pre-K - 12th*

The San Francisco Youth Commission wants to make sure that youth voices (YOUR VOICES) are being heard and taken into consideration when the City discusses where Prop G funding goes AND what it is spent on. We want to hear what your thoughts are and what YOU think the funding should be spent on to make San Francisco schools better. Your input and opinions are very much appreciated!

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Email (if in Elementary School, parent email is fine or leave blank)
How did you hear about this survey?
Are you willing to be contacted about future Youth Commission events/opportunities? 
Which of the following best describes your race/ethnicity? Select all that apply.
What grade are you in?
Which of the following best describes your gender identity?
Which of the following best describes your sexual orientation?
What district do you live in? (Look up here:
What age are you?
What school do you currently attend? *
What do you believe are the biggest challenges for students? This can be academically, socially, mentally, etc.
With the additional funding that Prop G would give to San Francisco schools, what changes would *YOU* like to see in schools to benefit students? *
What school areas do *YOU* think the funding should be spent on? *
Any questions for us? -- OR -- Anything you'd like us to know?
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