- Thousands of online charter students won't get new Oregon schools money
- > Jan 17, 7:17 AM: The state’s 19 virtual charter schools, which have about 13,000 students, were excluded from the largest pot of money in the Student Success Act, a new state law intended to improve schooling for students across Oregon.
- As civics education declines, nonprofits and state try to fill the gap
- > Jan 8, 7:55 AM: Geissler said that civics education like this should be in every classroom. But it’s not. In recent decades, civics has fallen to the wayside in classrooms in Oregon and across the country. There is no current requirement
- Employees sue teacher's union over slow responses to requests to leave it
- > Dec 6, 8:29 AM: Four Hillsboro school employees sued their union and school district Thursday in federal court, arguing that the union slow-walks requests from employees who want to quit their unions in violation of their rights under the
- Education Unions Report Sharp Declines in Membership, Revenue
- Nov 12, 8:45 AM: Teachers' unions are experiencing sharp declines in membership and revenue in former union strongholds Oregon and Washington, according to new annual reports.
- Opinion: How we’re succeeding at reshaping education for students of color at KairosPDX
- > Oct 28, 6:25 AM: Black students in Oregon have been failed for decades by the educational system – part of the legacy of the racism, eradication and erasure experienced by black communities and other communities of color. As such,
- Teachers union won't back candidates who voted for PERS reforms
- Oct 18, 6:52 AM: A third Oregon union says it won’t endorse or contribute to primary campaigns for candidates who voted for reforms to Oregon’s costly public pension system earlier this year.
- Little Oregon school district turned to AP courses, innovation to survive
- > Sep 24, 7:13 AM: This occurred mostly because of desperation, not academic ambition. When Trani became the principal of Corbett’s high school in 2004, he and the superintendent at the time decided the only way to save the district from
- Oregon schools deliver worst test scores in 5 years
- > Sep 20, 5:28 AM: Oregon schools recorded their poorest performance in the five-year history of Oregon’s current reading, writing and math tests this spring, registering year-over-year declines in every grade level and among nearly every
- Metro East Web Academy fits some like a glove
- > Aug 20, 7:13 AM: Going to school online sounds like a dream for a lot of students. You can do your school work in your sweats, when you feel like it, accommodating a job, a late night playing video games, or other personal needs.
- New Building for Logos Public Charter School
- > Jul 30, 7:21 AM: The Logos Public Charter School is in the final stages of a safety inspection for its new building. The new location is on North Ross Lane in Medford. The school opened in 2010 with about 300 students. This year, the Logos
- New charter school set to open, leaving some schools with enrollment funding concerns
- > Jul 24, 7:09 AM: The final touches are being put on Fruitland’s Olde School, as the Treasure Valley Classical Academy is ready to open its doors for the 2019-2020 school year. The school will house kindergarten through sixth grade this
- Oregon House OKs boost to rural broadband
- Jun 25, 7:27 AM: Broadband internet would get a boost in rural Oregon under legislation that passed the Oregon House on Monday, supporters said.
- 3 Oregon school employees sue union for not letting them drop out. Lawmakers pass bill that could make it even more difficult.
- Jun 12, 5:34 AM: Three Oregon school employees sued their union in federal court Tuesday, arguing it’s unfair that the union only lets members drop out and stop paying dues during the month of September.
- Chartering a path
- > May 29, 5:10 AM: Nine years ago, when Oregon Trail Academy opened as a kindergarten-through-fourth-grade school, few would've envisioned its eldest students would become the first class to graduate with International Baccalaureate diplomas
- Hundreds of Oregon teachers rally at Capitol, Republican senators still absent
- > May 9, 5:45 AM: Hundreds of teachers in Salem and tens of thousands across Oregon cut class Wednesday to demand more money for schools, while Senate Republicans — for the second day in a row — denied Democrats the opportunity to vote on a
- Here’s what you need to know about Wednesday’s teacher walkout
- > May 8, 7:15 AM: Teachers and education advocates across the state will flock to several rallies Wednesday in a bid to pressure the Oregon Legislature into passing a $2 billion corporate tax package to buoy K-12 funding and push for more
- Many Oregon School Districts To Close May 8 For Teacher Walkout
- May 7, 7:01 AM: Schools in 24 districts across Oregon will close for at least part of the day on Wednesday in response to a planned walk out by teachers to advocate for more school funding.
- Opinion: New $2 billion tax is for PERS, not ‘for the kids’
- > May 7, 6:59 AM: Last week the Oregon House approved a new $2 billion tax on Oregon sales, very similar to the one voters rejected in 2016. Don't be fooled by its “for the kids” campaign. It’s a brilliant ruse: only big terrible
- Oregon’s $2 billion school spending bill leaves a lot to be decided
- > May 7, 5:20 AM: Oregon lawmakers are moving quickly to approve a new business tax to support $2 billion in additional school spending over each two-year budget cycle. The bill won approval in the House last week and could come before the
- Gearing up for the future: Students with CTE experience enter college, workforce
- May 6, 7:18 AM: Although high school graduates are able to get jobs easier upon completion of CTE courses and obtaining certificates, there are many college opportunities as well.
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