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to Main MenuThe StumpEditorialsLetters to the EditorMy OregonOpEdElizabeth HovdeDavid SarasohnPortland Public Schools turns out more than 1,100 dropouts every year, largely because leaders have hidden that rampant failure from those best positioned to prevent it, an analysis by The Oregonian has found. That consigns one of every three young people who enter a Portland high school to a life of reduced Adidas Yeezy Beluga V2 On Feet
There, out of sight of their former teachers, principals and classmates, at least 80 percent drop out. That disconnect between the district's nine big high schools and the fate of students who falter and leave sabotages a fix. Because the most challenging students founder off site while nearly 90 percent of those who stay get a diploma the big high schools are blind to the need for improvement. The illusion of success keeps them from adopting practices that districts with similar Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Green students use to achieve far higher graduation rates.
Read the entire three part report, see graphics and explore data about Oregon public schoolsThis is the key finding of an investigation by The Oregonian into the patterns that drive Portland's chronically low on time graduation rate, which was 62 percent for the class of 2011. How can Portland, where fewer than half of all students are low income, have a worse rate than bigger, higher poverty districts such as Houston (74 percent), Tucson (83 percent) and San Diego (78 percent)?The answer has life altering implications for Portland students. It also matters deeply for the economy. High school graduates earn more and s.
students 35 percent of the class failed to earn a diploma in four years. Most of them never will. The single biggest factor behind the sky high dropout rate? Oregon's largest school district shuffles struggling students by the hundreds into a network of low profile, mostly unaccountable alternative schools.