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Young people at the Rosewood Cafe in East Portland danced their hearts out at a spontaneous party in June. The cafe is a hub for community organizing. Next community event in East Portland is the East Portland Exposition: 11am – 7pm Sat. July 21 at Earl Boyles Park SE 112th Ave., between Holgate & Powell.
North Portland Education Community Meeting March 6
The Oregon Education Investment Board has scheduled an eighth community forum, in North Portland, following seven January forums around the state: Tuesday, March 6
6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Center for Self Enhancement, 3920 N. Kerby Ave.
The Governor and members of the OEIB wanted to make an additional effort to reach out intentionally to communities who have historically been underserved by our public education system. We want to hear more from students, parents and educators facing and overcoming our education system’s challenges of race, language and poverty.
Requests for language interpretation, for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for accommodations for people with disabilities should be made to Seth Allen at 503-378-8213 or by email at Seth.Allen@das.state.or.us.