An official website of the State of Oregon
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The Oregon Department of Education oversees a number of learning options. The following links provide more information on some of the most popular topics. You can also use the search function to find out about topics that may not be presented here.
Oregon has more than 1,200 public K-12 schools organized into 197 School Districts.
In addition to public schools, there are other schooling options available in Oregon.
Teaching children in the home is an option available to all Oregonians.
Helps students gain skills, technical knowledge, academic foundation and real-world experience.
A bridge to post-secondary education and employment for those who did not graduate high school.
Information and guidance for educational models of instruction where the student and the teacher are not in the same physical location for more than half of the student's instructional time.
Supporting all of Oregon’s young children and families to learn and thrive.
Helping youth who face barriers to education and the workforce get back on the path to high school graduation, college and/or career.
A community that fosters lifelong learning, encouraging individuals to become self-fulfilled, productive citizens.
Oregon’s high school students have the opportunity to earn college credit through a variety of accelerated learning programs.
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