2011 draft PDX Plan's Objectives and Actions
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Thriving Education Youth - 2035 Objectiveswww.pdxplan.com see tabs at bottom of page
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1Supportive neighborhoods: At-risk youth live in safe neighborhoods with comprehensive, coordinated support systems inside and outside of the classroom, including mentors, opportunities for physical activity and healthy eating, workforce training and employment opportunities.
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2Success at each stage of growth: All youth enter school ready to learn and continue to succeed academically, graduate from high school, attain post-secondary degrees or certificates, and achieve self-sufficiency by age 25.
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3Graduation rate: The on-time high school graduation rate for all Portland youth is 95–100 percent.
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4Post-secondary participation and success: 95–100 percent of Portland high school graduates successfully complete post-secondary education, vocational training or workplace apprenticeships. Youth of color, youth in poverty, English Language Learning (ELL) youth, youth with disabilities, and first generation college students successfully complete and attain post-secondary degrees or certificates at the same rate as other students.
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5Strong partnerships: Schools and colleges, as well as public agencies, local organizations and businesses have clear, complementary roles and responsibilities and sustain strong and mutually beneficial partnerships.
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6Health and wellness: Youth of all ages have access to affordable, healthy food at home and in school and have multiple opportunities for daily physical activity.
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7Youth voice: Students actively participate in civic decision-making processes that affect their lives.
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8Learning environments: All learning environments are designed to stimulate creativity, meet safety and accessibility regulations, and serve multiple community-serving functions. Portland’s investment in education reflects the view that schools are honored places of learning for all community members.
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9Stable funding: The Oregon state tax system is structured to provide stable, adequate funding for excellence in curriculum and teaching quality.
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spreadsheet assembled by Jeremy O'Leary
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jeremy@tpdx.net
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