Student Investment Account (SIA) Overview
The Student Investment Account (SIA) is the portion of money generated by the Student Success Act (SSA) that is dedicated to K-12 education. SIA distributions represent 50% of the overall collections (approximately $500 million per year) and are distributed to school districts through a non-competitive grant process.
Allowable SIA expenditures include programs and personnel in support of:
- Class size
- Well-rounded education
- Increased instructional time
- Student health and safety