Or. Admin. R. 581-020-0100 - Pertaining to 21st Century Schools

The 21st Century Schools Program has been established to encourage:

(1) The restructuring of school operations and formal relationships among teachers, administrators, and local citizens, including but not limited to modifications of the following:
(a) The length and structure of the school day and the school year;
(b) Curriculum requirements;
(c) Graduation requirements;
(d) The certification, assignment, and formal responsibilities of teachers, administrators, and other school personnel;
(e) State statutes and rules and local policies and agreements relating to educational practices, with the exception of those that affect health, safety, or constitutional rights under state or federal law;
(f) The formal and informal relationships between school districts, and other entities including community colleges, four-year colleges and universities, businesses, and other institutions; and
(g) The integration of traditional services to grades kindergarten through 12 with public and privately sponsored social services, such as early childhood education, day care, and assistance for teenage parents and other at-risk youth.
(2) Educators, school districts, and local citizens to establish measurable goals for educational attainment and increased expectations for student performance, including but not limited to improvement in such performance measures as:
(a) Student dropout rates;
(b) District, state, and national standardized tests and other assessments of student learning and educational progress;
(c) The extent and nature of parental involvement in school activities;
(d) Student conduct and disciplinary actions;
(e) Student expectations and attitudes towards learning; and
(f) Student success in college, vocational, and other postsecondary programs.


Or. Admin. R. 581-020-0100
EB 5-1990, f. & cert. ef. 1-26-90

Stat. Auth.: ORS 840

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.555

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