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New timeline addresses M98 funding for schools 

-Oregon Department of Education will draft rules for school districts to qualify-

Money from Measure 98, the voter-approved requirement for state funding for dropout prevention and career and college readiness programs, is expected to be available for schools next fall. 65 more words

Bend Bulletin

After election, what will schools do with M98 money?; School districts’ spending plans won’t be definite until Legislature, ODE provide guidelines

After Oregonians passed Measure 98, which requires state funding for dropout prevention and career and college readiness programs in Oregon high schools, local school officials are taking a tentative look at how they could use the money.Voters passed the measure by a wide margin, about 65 percent to 34 percent as of Friday afternoon. 44 more words

Bend Bulletin

Spread the word to keep kids in school

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Communities In Schools Of Houston

Liyjon DeSilva

CIS is so proud of our awesome CIS student who just graduated from Lee High School and has hit the news bigtime…Liyjon DeSilva! 249 more words

Communities In Schools Of Houston

Jackie McKinnon-McLean

Title: Dropout Prevention Specialist
Company: Hoke County Schools
Location: Raeford, NC United States

A 28-year veteran of the education industry, Jackie McKinnon-McLean has always enjoyed working with young people. 378 more words


Connect! (Part 2): Harnessing the 4 Motivations that Drive Human Behavior

I (Arlyn) recently spoke with an alternative education teacher who told me how her school can predict when a new student will have negative outburst. She told me, “Three weeks, pretty much to the day, is when they’ll act out. 575 more words


Connect! (The Best Way To Help Students Succeed)

One of my (Arlyn’s) five children had a rather low GPA when he was in high school, relative to his capacity (and much to his parents’ constant dismay). 622 more words