The majority of Oregon’s population still lives under a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order. But residents of 31 mostly rural counties will see restrictions begin to ease on Friday. Here's what you need to know.
Distance learning is underway for students around the country. But for students from other countries or learning English as a second language, there can be barriers to learning from home and getting connected to school.
As the coronavirus pandemic rolls through the state, it’s looking less likely that Oregon public schools will resume April 28 as planned. That leaves state education officials shifting beyond what they’ve been calling “supplemental learning."