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SFUSD: Public Education Enrichment Fund (PEEF)





Funding Duration

July 2019 - June 2020

Project Leads

Kelly Walker and Susana Tat


In 2004, San Francisco voters approved the ballot initiative Proposition H, establishing the Public Education Enrichment Fund (PEEF) as law. The City of San Francisco contributes to this fund annually to support education programs for San Francisco’s youth. One-third of the PEEF fund is allocated to the City of San Francisco’s Office of Early Care and Education for preschool support. The remaining two-thirds of the PEEF fund is allocated to the San Francisco Unified School District, which serves approximately 55,600 students across 136 schools. This fund ensures that every student has access to a nurse and/or social worker (nearly two-thirds of nurses and social workers who serve students in grades K-8 are funded by PEEF). ETR supports social workers and nurses in SFUSD’s K-8 schools by monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on their service data, including direct student services, student group session, student focused meeting, and school wide activities.


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