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Judge denies preliminary injunction to 3 Christian schools challenging Oregon governor’s order restricting in-class instruction
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Nov 18, 1:57 PM: A federal judge Tuesday denied a preliminary injunction sought by three Christian schools who filed suit challenging Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s executive order that restricts in-class instruction for kindergarten through >
Oregon parents form coalition calling for in-person learning options
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Nov 11, 5:54 AM: Thousands of parents in different parts of the state have decided to join together to form a coalition to make sure Oregon leaders hear their voices.
Private school sues State of Oregon over in-person learning restrictions
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Oct 22, 6:13 AM: Hermiston Christian School is located in Umatilla County. On Friday, it filed a lawsuit that alleges the State of Oregon isn't treating private religious schools the same as public schools when it comes to allowing >
School House Does Not Rock
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Oct 15, 5:54 AM:

Then, Eugene’s 4J School District rejected their request to unenroll from Adams Elementary School, citing an Oregon state law which says that once districts reach 3 percent unenrollment, they have the option to deny >

Some parents remove kids from public school as distance learning continues in Oregon
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Oct 9, 5:45 AM: During the COVID-19 pandemic, some families are deciding to take their kids out of public school distance learning and are looking at different options.
Some Portland parents, students say remote learning is hurting education
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Oct 8, 6:03 AM: Portland schools have made the tough decision to keep most high school students fully remote for at least several more weeks.
Distance learning has its positives
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Oct 7, 7:05 AM:

Cannon Beach residents Dave and Hilary Herman have two children in middle school. The couple opted to enroll their children for the entire school year in an online public charter school in Marion County called The Oregon >

Virtual classes 'not cutting it': Some parents, teachers to rally Monday to reopen schools
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Oct 5, 5:55 AM: Some families and teachers want an in-person learning option for Oregon schools.
Virtual classes 'not cutting it': Some parents, teachers to rally Monday to reopen schools
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Oct 5, 5:55 AM: Some families and teachers want an in-person learning option for Oregon schools.
Families in Oregon call for in-person school option
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Oct 2, 5:36 AM: Shalyse Olson, a parent, said distance learning isn’t working. She wants state leaders to allow families and teachers to pursue in-person learning if they choose.
Virtual teaching from real classrooms: Portland-area teachers say it brings normalcy
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Oct 1, 7:22 AM: Some Oregon school districts, public charter schools and private schools allow or require teachers to instruct virtually from their classrooms.
Thousands of Oregon families choose new online programs for their child’s public education
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Sep 15, 5:38 AM: But thousands of families are deciding to stay online for the whole school year, even if it’s safe to return to school in-person again. It’s one sign that online education programs launched during the pandemic could last >
Families in Douglas County have options for education
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Sep 2, 5:42 AM: Amid the coronavirus pandemic and ever-changing federal and state guidelines on reopening schools, there has been an increased interest into alternatives to the brick-and-mortar public schools.
Parents, lawmakers hope to raise enrollment cap for online charter schools
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Aug 12, 7:08 AM: Some Oregon parents trying to enroll their children in online public charter schools have found their local school districts are blocking their applications. This is due to a 2011 state law, which allows Oregon school >
Parents, lawmakers hope to raise enrollment cap for online charter schools
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Aug 10, 7:11 AM: Redmond mother Rebekah Bria was looking for the perfect school environment for her seventh grader, who has learning disabilities and works best in an intimate learning environment.
Older law could prevent students from switching to virtual charter schools during COVID-19
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Aug 10, 6:01 AM: Families in at least 10 school districts across Oregon are bumping up against an enrollment cap that limits their ability to enroll in virtual charter schools.
Schools push back against COVID online mandates
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Aug 4, 6:30 AM: Rural school districts in Wallowa County and across Eastern Oregon are a step closer to putting students back in classrooms this fall.
Oregon parents look for options as new school year approaches
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Jul 30, 6:01 AM: As school districts across Oregon announce plans for the upcoming school year, parents are examining their options. Some are looking at virtual charter schools, homeschooling, or hiring tutors.
Parents consider free online public charter schools for fall
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Jul 13, 7:37 AM: Online public charter school leaders said they've seen increased interest and enrollment as parents consider schooling options.
Shopping for a home based on the school district: Parents study test scores, class size
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Jul 2, 7:57 AM: Schools may be temporarily closed but they remain a driving factor in parents’ home purchasing decisions, say real estate experts.

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