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.
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.
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.
June 4, 2018
Since Measure 98 passed we have seen schools all over the state expand CTE programs, increase college exposure for high school students and implement powerful, research-based dropout prevention programs.READ MORE
May 15, 2018
Educators in Portland know how tough it can be to keep students engaged when the weather in this city begins to turn warm. But as the school year winds down and the tantalizing promise of summer edges ever closer, educators from six metro-area districts, including all of the comprehensive high schools in Portland, attended an […]READ MORE
May 10, 2018
Parents of eighth graders at Reynolds Middle School listened with rapt attention as a panel of Reynolds High School students, parents, and staff discussed the one of the most important transitions of their academic careers. As students move from eighth grade to ninth grade, the panel’s advice to parents was unanimous – while it might […]READ MORE