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ERIC Number: ED122458
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr-10
Pages: 10
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How to Expand Learning Opportunities in Small Districts.
Miller, Donald F.
The Oregon Small Schools Program began in 1963 as a means of serving the needs of Oregon's 215 school districts with 1,000 or fewer students. Coordinated by the state department of education, the program provides assistance to small schools in identifying and delivering services available from other state agencies and from the communities. The Small Schools Association helps member schools define and meet their goals, improve communication between state and local levels, and coordinate programs and activities to share resources and information among members of the association. The program functions in liaison with principals' and superintendents' organizations, with the state school boards association, and with colleges and universities. (DS)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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