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November 30, 2011
Statewide Report Card Provides Education Data and Trends
Annual Report Card offers state-level snapshot of K-12 public education system
(Salem, Ore.) – State Schools Superintendent Susan Castillo today announced the release of the 2010-11 Oregon Statewide Report Card. This annual publication contains key data, trends, and demographics on Oregon’s K-12 public education system.
“The Annual Statewide Report Card provides a wealth of information about education in our state and serves as a valuable resource for anyone wanting to better understand educational trends, issues or data,” said Superintendent of Public Instruction Susan Castillo. “Each year, we produce a number of reports, releases, and ratings of Oregon public schools, but this report card is the place where we bring it all together, providing a more comprehensive, state-level picture of K-12 education.”
The 2010-11 Statewide Report Card includes:
“I hope the information in this report will not only answer questions, but raise new ones—not only provide data, but spark conversations,” said Superintendent Castillo.
The following are a few highlights of new educational standards and accomplishments from Oregon’s Statewide Report Card.
Highlights of the 2010-11 School Year
“Please join me, my agency, and educators across the state as we continue our work to support success for every student, every day,” said Superintendent Castillo. “Working together, we can and we must build the 21st century education system our students deserve.”
A copy of the Annual Statewide Report Card can be found on the Oregon Department of Education website at: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1821.
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