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Student Success Fund

We administer the Student Success Fund, which provides vital additional resources for SFUSD. Its focuses are:

  • Success in core academic subjects
  • Student social and emotional well-being

Learn more about the Student Success Fund

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School Crisis Support Initiative

We lead the School Crisis Support Initiative, which brings together systems partners and community-based organizations to address high risk incidents in SFUSD.

Learn more about the School Crisis Support Initiative

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We manage Our415, which connects young people and their families to City-funded programs and services.

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Free City College

We administer the Free City program, which provides San Francisco residents with free tuition to City College of San Francisco.

Learn more about Free City

Free City College Oversight Committee

Past initiatives

Community hubs

Community hubs

During the 2021-22 school year when schools were closed, we helped San Francisco's most in-need students with remote learning. At community hubs, students had safe, connected spaces to participate in school with the support of youth development professionals. We served 2,509 youth across 78 community hubs.

Read the Community Hub Initiative case study

Watch more videos about the Community Hub Initiative

Mayor's Children and Family Recovery Plan

Mayor's Children and Family Recovery Plan

The Children and Family Recovery Plan recommended solutions for the impacts of COVID-19 on young people and families.

Read the recovery plan



The Students and Families Recovery with Inclusive and Successful Enrichment (SF RISE) working group coordinated services for SFUSD students and families adversely affected by COVID-19 school closures and distance learning programs.

Read SF RISE's recommendations