Our Schools Guide 2013

Dated: February 19 2014

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WELCOME TO OUR ANNUAL SCHOOLS GUIDE—a comprehensive listing of 596 public and private schools in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, and Clark Counties. 

To help you understand the best educational options for your kids, we’ve gathered dozens of points of information, from demographics to dropout rates. We’re offering a laser focus on achievement data, showing how well students are doing on standardized tests in math, reading, writing, and science.

Why? Because this information is increasingly becoming crucial to how schools will be evaluated in the future. Over the past two years, in fact, the Oregon Department of Education has significantly toughened reading, math, and sciences standards in grades 3 through 8 to align them with expectations of high schools, and to make sure even younger students won’t hit snags on the way to graduation. 

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