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Bringing Cultural Awareness to Campus

Staci White reminds us of the importance of the Black Student Union at PCC and knowing African history.

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Standing with Teachers

Students from Jefferson High School in north Portland take to the streets on Friday to support teachers and avert a ...

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From Service to the Classroom

With a growing number of men and women in the military returning to civilian life after the wars in Iraq ...

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Model School

Self Enhancement Academy is taking its bows after the middle school serving local African American kids was named a “model ...

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New Visions for the Techmen

Benson's new principal, Curtis Wilson Jr, says he wants to return the 96-year-old tech-centric institution to a place that has ...

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Saving Our Boys

African American parents and other parents of children of color gathered for a symposium Saturday to find new ways to ...

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Relating to Race

Over 300 educators from across the state of Oregon convened on the campus of north Portland’s Roosevelt High School for ...

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On The Brink

Leaders at Portland’s Head Start program are worried about the possibility of shutting down for the year if Congress does ...

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‘Hero of the Heart’

Dr. Andrea P. Cook, president of Warner Pacific College in southeast Portland, has been recognized as one of Adventist Health ...

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Mystery Test Scores

King Elementary is under the microscope. The former principal, Kim Patterson, who was responsible for many reforms at the K-8 ...

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Gatewood’s Farewell and Thanks

Algie Gatewood, president of the Cascade Campus of Portland Community College, was honored during a public farewell party Thursday and ...

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A Lasting Impact

Portland Community College is losing one of its longtime leaders. Cascade Campus President Algie Gatewood is returning to his roots ...

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Cascade Campus Building Rises

New building is part of PCC campus expansion fund from 2008

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Open to the Neighborhood

'If it's good for the community, it's good for Concordia'

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College Planning Starts Early

Big Brothers Big Sisters kids start thinking about college