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REL Northwest Event: Oregon Graduation and Postsecondary Success Alliance Annual Convening
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December 4, 2019

Time: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Chemeketa Eola (215 Doaks Ferry Road NW, Salem, OR 97304)

Description: The Oregon Graduation and Postsecondary Success Alliance is a partnership between practitioners and researchers working to improve high school graduation and postsecondary completion for all Oregonians. At our annual convening, the keynote speaker will be Justice Adrienne Nelson, the first African American appointed to the Oregon Supreme Court. Her insights will guide and challenge participants as they take bold steps to promote success for all Oregon students. Following Justice Nelson’s keynote, participants will choose to attend two of six breakout sessions to learn about and help shape REL Northwest’s work. The session topics are accelerated learning, school discipline, a literature summary on evidence-based practices to increase high school graduation, social and emotional learning, multi-tiered systems of support, and multiple measures for placement.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Oregon Graduation and Postsecondary Success Alliance

Audience: Stakeholders who are interested in learning about strategies to increase high school graduation rates and postsecondary success


  • Justice Adrienne C. Nelson, Oregon Supreme Court
  • Darlene Geiger, Clackamas Community College
  • Ben Kaufmann, Oregon Coast Community College
  • Erin Weeks-Earp, Higher Education Coordinating Commission
  • Hella Bel Hadj Amor, Jennie Fennelle, Michelle Hodara, Celeste Janssen, Vicki Nishioka, Sarah Pierce, and Ashley Pierson, REL Northwest
Michelle Hodara
(503) 275-9598
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