Measure 98 Spending
Measure 98 is a targeted investment designed to raise Oregon’s graduation rates by funding three proven strategies for helping students succeed. Those three areas – career-technical education (CTE) courses that teach real-world skills; dropout prevention strategies that keep kids on track to graduate; and college level opportunities that offer a head start on higher education – are key to improving Oregon’s graduation rates.
How much Measure 98 funding is your community receiving? Find out below.
School district boundaries often cross over legislative district boundaries. The State House and State Senate maps below represent the cumulative amount of money received by school districts within that legislative district. The amount of Measure 98 funding spent within a legislative district may vary slightly if a school district extends beyond the borders of the legislative district.