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Redmond seniors will graduate on time with extra support

New approach gives at-risk students a second chance at success

Juniors and seniors in the Redmond School District who are a year or more behind now have more options — and support — when it comes to catching up on credits. 51 more words

Bend Bulletin

Oregon GEAR UP Links Rural Students to Private Colleges

Small, quiet Linfield College—set in bucolic Oregon wine country, about an hour outside Portland—is not for every student.

Source: Oregon GEAR UP Links Rural Students to Private Colleges – Education Week

Dept. Of Education

Graduation Rates and Race

On average, white and Asian students earn a college-level credential at a rate about 20 percentage points higher than Hispanic and black students do, a new report shows. 569 more words

Are our Disadvantaged Students Really Learning? - an Analysis of the 2017 US News High School Rankings

The latest US News & World Report High School Rankings (2017) indicate that disadvantaged populations of students are underperforming in Douglas County, and that high graduation rates have been achieved in large part by expedient means of moving such students through the system. 497 more words

Oregon schools need ethnic studies classes | Guest opinion

As of January, Oregon had the fifth worst graduation rate in the country. Only three-quarters of Oregon students finish high school. All students fell under the national averages for their corresponding ethnic and racial groups. 31 more words

Oregon Legislature

Our View: Measure 98 meets budget reality - Opinion

It appears that Ballot Measure 98, the voter-approved initiative that directs the state to spend $300 million on dropout prevention, vocational education and college prep to increase graduation rates, is still alive in the 2017 legislative session. 35 more words

Oregon Legislature

Bachelor's Degree Graduation Rates at Central Michigan University

This bar graph shows a visual of how long it takes to successfully earn a Bachelor’s degree at Central Michigan University. The length of time a Bachelor’s degree use to take was typically four years but now it is more known for students to receive the degree in eight years. 58 more words

Central Michigan University