Together, we can accomplish this school year with success! The Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality has been working with Roberts High School with the High School Graduation Initiative grant. The coalition uses the strategy of preparing parents and youth together in order to reach their goals and succeed in school. Fathers and Mothers are the most […]
As you can imagine, as an organization dedicated to the education of children and youth at-risk of staying behind in school and not graduating, the ...
Many thanks to the United Way and to Randy Frank and Arturo Vargas for featuring SKCE at their Campaign Kick-off Celebration.
Our first annual Raising the Bar for Oregon luncheon was an overwhelming success.
Here's a couple of videos about our recent Regional Mock Trail Completion in Albany, OR.
What does the Parent Organizing Project do? • Engages low-income immigrant Latino parents in learning about their children’s education, their school system, and how to help their children succeed academically. • Provides a16-unit “Educate and Inspire” curriculum, which is grounded in Popular Education philosophies and strategies. • Supports interested parents to grow as leaders and […]
SKCE has been part of the Latino Partnership Project of Oregon Community Foundation since it started in 2002. OCF’s LPP helped SKCE become a stable and growing nonprofit with statewide impact through technical assistance grants, mentoring and encouragement to engage in the statewide civic process. This year, LPP has begun an Oregon Latino Leadership Development […]
We are coming close to the Oregon 2015 Legislative Session. One issue being brought before the Legislature is a proposal to change the ELL funding formula and accountability measures.
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- SKCE and the Latino Partnership Project of Oregon Community Foundation November 10, 2014
- SKCE Executive Director testimony at the Oregon Education Investment Board meeting November 4, 2014
- Salem/Keizer School District Report Card 2013-14 October 28, 2014