Twenty boards have passed resolutions joining “Promise” campaign

On Nov. 10, the Board of Directors of Days Creek Charter School became the latest OSBA member board to pass a resolution in support of “The Promise of Oregon” campaign.

The number of boards having passed such resolutions now stands at 20.

The campaign aims to create public support for K-14 education, to help meet the state’s 40-40-20 goals and lift student achievement and graduation rates.

Each resolution reads, in part, that the supporting board pledges to “join and support the efforts of ‘The Promise of Oregon’ campaign to ensure that Oregon’s lawmakers continue to prioritize investments to improve the educational outcomes for Oregon’s greatest natural resource: our children.”

For a model copy of the resolution, click here.