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Diploma - Grad Nation: Interactive Version  PDF 03/23/2009 (1.10 MB)
   
Diploma - Grad Nation: Tools  PDF 03/23/2009 (1.43 MB)
   
Discipline Outcomes for Oregon Students Differ for Like Offense  PDF 12/15/2015 (304 KB)
Recent research has explored both the disproportionate number of students of color disciplined in schools and the disproportionate severity of discipline for like events. Given this recent interest in student discipline data both nationally and here in Oregon with the passage of Senate Bill 553, which limits the exclusionary discipline in students in 5th grade or younger, the Department decided it was an appropriate time to begin looking beyond just compliance and reporting with our discipline data. To that end, the department developed two research questions. The first asked if students of are color receiving different discipline outcomes for like offenses? The second question asked if students of color are more severely disciplined for certain offenses/types of offenses than their peers?
   
Division 22 Reference Handbook for 2011  PDF 11/22/2010 (1.46 MB)
A 2010 reference handbook for districts
   
Dropout Survey-Report 2016  PDF 02/19/2016 (499.33 KB)
House Bill 3319 from the 2015 Legislative Session directed the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) to produce a report that describes best practices school districts use to reduce dropout rates, including best practices to increase high school graduation rates and to reduce chronic absenteeism. The bill directed ODE to survey all school districts to collect this information. Under the provisions of HB 3319, responding to this survey was voluntary. ODE conducted the survey in December 2015. Eighty-eight of Oregon’s 197 school districts responded to the survey for an overall response rate of 45 percent. Not all of the 88 districts responded to each survey question, so the response rate varies by question. For each question we provide the number of respondents below the graph. The following report presents the results of the survey.
   
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