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

What is Measure 98?

The High School Graduation and College and Career Readiness Act of 2016 (Measure 98) is a 2016 ballot initiative that provides direct 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.
 

Resources  
 

Measure 98 - Guidance and Support 
(Revised 6/20/2017)

Year 1 - Measure 98 Request for Funds Template

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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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