(Portland, OR) -- State lawmakers are getting closer to approving a nine-point-three-billion-dollar budget for Oregon schools. The budget would draw 200-million dollars from the Education Stability Fund, which is a rainy day fund for schools to use during a crisis. The fund will still have over a billion dollars in reserve. This is in addition to the 250-million dollars for the summer learning and enrichment programs that are intended to help students catch up from a year of remote learning. The bills are expected to move out of committee sometime today.