Portland Public Schools delayed a key reading program to focus on contract talks.
Amid the angst over whether the Portland Association of
Teachers would go on strike Feb. 20, Portland Public Schools’ central
administration put a hold on one of its key priorities—getting
Portland Public Schools is months behind in releasing its progress report on helping minority students.
Portland Public Schools managed to get reports cards out
this week to its 47,000 students, who may wonder (along with hovering
parents) how well they’re performing.
Don’t expect the same for
A Franklin High program getting more kids into higher ed still awaits school-district funding.
Giant white sheets of paper cover the walls of Susan
Anglada Bartley’s Advanced Placement English classroom at Franklin High
School, the long pages listing the 88 seniors in her classes, the
A fed-up Portland teacher campaigns to take Salem to school.
Q & A
Don Gavitte’s classroom walls are covered in college
pennants: Stanford, Marquette, Hunter, Barnard, Oregon. All sent by
grateful former students. They are banners of Gavitte’s success.
History and hard feelings in Portland teacher union talks.
Teachers are putting up decorations and kids are learning
holiday songs, but there’s not a lot of cheer at Portland Public Schools
between teachers and the district
A coalition of parents alleges that cuts in high-school classroom hours violate Oregon law.
When it comes to the number of hours students spend in the
classroom, Oregon is already near the bottom of the barrel. It’s
especially bad in the Portland Public Schools, where fewer than 20
Parents and activists trying to change schools' approach to disciplining children via suspension and expulsion will gather on Saturday in Northeast Portland.
The National Week of Action on School Pushout launches Saturday, September 28, 2013, with conference at Concordia University at 2811 NE Holman from 10 am to 4 pm.
For the fourth year in a row, the Portland Paren...More
Portland Public Schools has spent millions to help stop racial profiling of students in discipline cases. The problem is getting worse.
Kwame Briggs knows how his son feels.
Briggs, 36, says he
often spent time in the principal’s office and detention when he
attended Portland Public Schools in the 1990s. He admits he was no
Earning a diploma from Benson Polytechnic High School is serious business.
In addition to
passing the standard classes in history, English, math and science,
Benson’s graduates must complete h
A Portland high school where students speak 55 languages shows Oregon how to reform education.
Hae Nay Paw is trying to concentrate. A petite sophomore
at David Douglas High School, she hunches over her desk, scrawling
notes, a curtain of dark hair covering half her face, as if to block out