This month we released our first State of Our Schools report, which examines Oregon's high schools through students' eyes. The report was received well by students, educators, and policymakers from across the state. We received over 33 media hits, including stories published by OPB, Associated Press, Education Week, and U.S. News. OSV members were also interviewed on OPB's Think Out Loud and Jefferson Public Radio. Catch up on our media hits here:
Oregon Public Broadcasting discusses our findings in the State of Our Schools report with Amelia Ernst online and over the radio: “Mental Health Services Top Oregon Students' List Of Concerns.” Article republished by Jefferson Public Radio (Southern Oregon & Northern California) and KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio (Washington).
Oregon School Board Association covers the State of Our Schools report: “Wide-ranging student-led survey examines Oregon’s high schools.”
Associated Press details our findings from the State of Our Schools based on the Oregon Public Broadcasting story: “Oregon Students List Mental Health Services in Top Concerns.” Article republished by Education Week (National), The Washington Times (National), U.S. News (National), KATU (Portland), KDRV (Medford), Koin News (Portland), KTVZ (Central Oregon), The News Review (Roseburg), The Register Guard (Eugene), The World (Coos Bay), Seattlepi (Washington), The Seattle Times (Washington), The Spokesman-Review (Washington), The Dispatch (Kansas), Argus Press (Michigan), WRAL (North Carolina), Fort Bend Herald (Texas), and The Eagle (Texas).
Grace Didway and David Goncharuk discuss OSV’s State of Our Schools report findings on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Think Out Loud: “Oregon Saves | Cassius Clay Play | Student Survey.” Story republished by KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio (Washington).
OSV is featured in an editorial for the East Oregonian (Pendleton): “Our view: Divide present in student survey.” Story republished by the Daily Astorian and The Register Guard (Eugene).
Nick Paesler is featured in the Portland Public Schools’ Pulse newsletter: “My Voice: Nicholas Paesler.”
Maisie Roberson and Grace Didway discuss OSV’s State of Our Schools report findings on Jefferson Public Radio: “Fri 8:30 | Oregon High Schoolers Want More Mental Health Services.”
OSV is spotlighted in PIE Network’s student voice focused newsletter: “Grounding Student Advocacy in Research.”
OSV is featured in Student Voice’s bi-weekly podcast: “Student Voice Week in Review - March 23rd, 2018.”