Closing the Achievement Gap (CTAG)
The Closing the Achievement Gap conference is a broad professional training and public awareness event designed for educators, administrators, community leaders and parents.
Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP)
Planning for improvement leading to increased levels of student achievement requires clearly defined roles and responsibilities for the local school district and the state.
The Oregon Department of Education brings training and information to educators around the state through videoconferencing and videostreaming technologies.
e-Rate is a federally created program to provide discounts to assist most schools and libraries with obtaining affordable telecommunications and Internet access.
Emergency Information and Planning
Emergency readiness information and resources.
IDEA - Policy
President Bush signed the amended federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) into law on December 3, 2004.
KIDS: Pre-K through Grade 16 Integrated Data System
The purpose of the State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) program is to develop comprehensive data systems encompassing the entire Oregon Education System. This was formerly known as KIDS: Pre-K through Grade 16 Integrated Data System.
The CNP goal is to administrate and provide leadership and assistance to sponsors of the following USDA food and nutrition programs to support the growth and development of Oregon's children so they will reach their highest potential for life-long learning, health and well-being.
Oregon Virtual School District (ORVSD)
a free resource for online teaching and learning designed to promote the use of technology in Oregon classrooms.
Quality Education Commission
The 2001 Legislature established the Quality Education Commission in statute to determine the amount of funding needed to meet the state's quality education goals.
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
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