Our Beat the Odds scholarship program is designed to highlight the accomplishments of incredible Oregon students, as well as call out the barriers that prevent so many of our young people from reaching their full potential. The winners will be announced on November 12.
We're awarding $10,000 scholarships to students who 'beat the odds.'
The fact that Oregon has an unacceptably short school year is now common rhetoric among advocates in our state.November 18, 2014
As a politician, it’s tough to get high marks on your education record. Parents, teachers and our communities are emotionally invested in the performance of our schools. We have high expectations...October 30, 2014
Oregon is revising the definition of a high school graduate. This will likely cause much discussion during the 2015 legislative session, so it's wise to get smart on what that means for schools.October 14, 2014