Small-school structure comes under scrutiny in Oregon district

10/5/2009 | Register-Guard (Eugene, Ore.), The

An Oregon school district is preparing to assess its small-school structure at one high school, as the movement has lost some of its popularity and funding. The concept, initially boosted nationally by $2 billion from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was intended to improve student achievement through more personal school environments. District officials say it is time to quantify progress to see if the small-school structure is a success, although many educators at the school say it is.

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