The condition of Oregon's K-12 education system | Chalkboard Project

The condition of Oregon's K-12 education system

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 Michelle Morico

Today the Chalkboard Project published a report that provides a snapshot of Oregon’s education system and highlights school districts that are making progress. Take a look.

Schools are letting out for the summer, but the Chalkboard Project’s new report is clear: there is work to be done. The report outlines the current situation: Oregon’s graduation rate and its performance on national assessments have improved little since 2003; Oregon's classrooms are becoming more diverse than ever; in the next seven years a full third of the teacher workforce will be new; and other states have made quicker progress, leaving Oregon in the bottom third.

Read the report, "Better Schools, Better Oregon: The Conditions of K-12 Education."

See highlights from the report.

  • Oregon Conditions Reports

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