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Oregon must increase career and technical education opportunities

In November 2016, Oregon voters overwhelmingly supported Measure 98, which called for investing $800 per high school student, or about $300 million every two...

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Better high school graduation rates

Oregon’s four-year high school graduation rate is 77 percent. That’s improved over the past four years, particularly among African-Americans and Latino...

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Expanded mental health and counseling programs

Oregon’s Joint Interim Committee on Student Success spent several months in 2018 touring the state and listening to students, parents, educators and...

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Up-to-date textbooks and technologies

Oregon students can’t be expected to perform well if the tools at their disposal include outdated textbooks and technology. In Oklahoma, teachers posted...

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Equity for student success

Every Oregon student deserves the same opportunity to succeed. No matter their backgrounds, all children should know that through school they can change their...

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