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High School Graduation and College and Career Readiness Act of 2016 - Measure 98

What is the High School Graduation and College and Career Readiness Fund?

The High School Graduation and College and Career Readiness fund results from a 2016 ballot initiative providing funding to school districts to increase high school graduation rates.  

Measure 98 identifies three specific areas:  

 
  1. Establish or expand career and technical education programs in high schools, 
  2. Establish or expand college-level educational opportunities for students in high schools, and 
  3. Establish or expand dropout-prevention strategies in high schools. 

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Final Fund Allocations by District
This link provides the final grant award amounts for the High School Success Fund (Measure 98).  This document will shows a complete listing of final allocations for both districts and charter schools in a single document.

Districts and charter schools will receive grant agreements from the ODE procurement department stating the terms of the grant.  Once these agreements are signed and returned funds will be available to reimburse eligible expenditures beginning July 1, 2017.  This award will last through the entire biennium so does not need to be fully expended until June 30, 2019.

As a reminder, year two funds have strict eligibility requirements.  All districts and charter school staff should begin to review those requirements and begin preparation to demonstrate eligibility.  ODE anticipates having a self-assessment and application available later this fall. 

(Revised 6/20/2017)

Year 1 - Measure 98 Request for Funds Template


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July 14, 2017

District Funding Allocations announced

February 23, 2017

Adopted Measure 98 Administrative Rules (OAR)


 

Oregon Board of Education 2/24/2017
Approval of Measure 98 OARs


 

 
 

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