Career and Technical Education

CTE teaches hands-on skills in fields like manufacturing, health sciences and construction. Students who complete two or more CTE classes are also more likely to walk in cap and gown after four years.

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College Opportunities

College-level educational opportunities like college prep courses, AP classes and dual credit programs help students to develop the skills, confidence and motivation to excel in higher education.

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Dropout
Prevention

Measure 98 funding provides additional resources to schools and evidence-based training for educators, so students begin their high school careers on track - and stay there.  

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Legislators hear support for Measure 98

March 27, 2018 by

Legislators from the Joint Committee for Student Success listened to a steady drumbeat of support for Measure 98 focus areas during the first stop of their statewide tour on education, March 23 in Lane County.   Support for career and technical education programs was especially strong, with parents, students, and representatives from business and industry emphasizing the programs’ positive impact on student […]

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M98 Multi-year plans are due this week!

March 26, 2018 by

We are just days away from the March 31 deadline to submit multi-year plans for the next round of Measure 98 funding. So many of you are doing such great work with these funds, and we want to make sure you’re all set for Year Two and beyond. A preview of the planning template is […]

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Building a better chicken coop – How smaller, rural districts are leading education innovation through CTE

February 26, 2018 by

Noah White and Nicholas Prendergast have a chicken coop they’d like to sell you and their pitch is compelling: this coop is state of the art – a fully-automatic abode for up to four feathered friends, with heat monitoring, pressure sensors and a buzzer system to feed and water them as needed. Batteries have not […]

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