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|Implementation Steps *required||Dates|
|Conduct Surveys: Online for Parents (optional)||August 1 - November 30|
|Year 1: *Inventory Activities: College & Career Readiness Inventory (CCRI)||September 30|
|Year 1 Schools Kickoff Meeting, Location TBD||October|
|Create/update Plan for All Grades||November/December|
|*Conduct Surveys: Online for Students & Educators||January 1 - February 15|
|Mid-Year Check In with liaison to evaluate progress||January 31|
|Year 2: *Update CCRI||January 31|
Planning Meeting, Location TBD
|*Yearly Evaluation||May 31|
If you have submitted your CCRI, you should have received login information for your school’s personalized Data Dashboard. If you are having any difficulties gaining access, please contact your school liaison.
The purpose of the College and Career Readiness Inventory (CCRI) is to systematically collect information on the strategies and activities that schools are implementing to prepare their students for school, college, and career success.
New affiliate schools should complete the CCRI here.
Returning affiliate schools can update their CCRI from the link on their Data Dashboard under Cluster Profile.
Student, 1/1 - 2/15
Educator, 1/1 - 2/15
Growth Mindset and Social-Emotional Learning
Helping students and staff develop a growth mindset can lead to improved academic performance. We have contracted with Kendra Coates to provide on-site training to your staff on growth mindset and other social-emotional learning topics. We will pay for one full day of training to be conducted at your school. Contact Kendra directly.
Working with Students in Poverty
Having a better understanding of the impact of poverty on students can help staff develop more effective relationships with students and gain strategies to overcome these impacts. Lynda Coates will provide on-site training to your staff. We will pay for one full day of training to be conducted at your school (can be divided into two half-day workshops). Contact Lynda directly.
Oregon GEAR UP believes that students are most successful in reaching their postsecondary goals when they attend “good fit” colleges and universities - and it starts with educators understanding the various options available to students. Therefore, we've partnered with The Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (The Alliance) to offer personalized campus visits for educators at Oregon's private, not-for-profit colleges which will include tours and information sessions about admissions and financial aid, as well as facilitated discussions with faculty and student services staff. GEAR UP will reimburse districts for mileage. TBD for 2018-19.
College admissions representatives visit high schools each fall to meet juniors and seniors and share information about their campus programs. Tight budgets mean they can’t get to all the schools they’d like, including many small rural ones. Therefore, Oregon GEAR UP is coordinating a pilot program for virtual visits, no travel required! Find your school's schedule.
Oregon schools may apply for matching funds up to $750/visit for school field trips to college campuses and college fairs. Funds may be used for transportation, substitutes for teachers attending the field trip, and meals. Schools will be reimbursed after the visit. Applications are open from 9/1 - 5/15 although funds are first-come, first-served. Learn more .
Updates, opportunities and deadlines are sent to GEAR UP Affiliate schools in a monthly bulletin. See past bulletins here.
Questions? Contact Maddy Anderson, GEAR UP Affiliate Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org, 541-207-5336