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The first public charter school opened in 1992, only one year after the enactment of the 1991 Omnibus K-12 Education Finance Bill.

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Oregon Coalition of Community Charter Schools

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Most of the nearly 1,200 public schools in Oregon are operated by one of the state’s 197 school districts.  Charter schools account for 136 of the state’s public schools, which operate with more autonomy than district schools. Charter schools operate under a contract with an authorizer, either the State Board of Education or a school district.

Schools chartered by a district have more autonomy than other district schools but are still part of their local district. Currently, any Oregon district can authorize charter schools. All state-chartered schools in Oregon are authorized by the state’s public education authority.

*information up to date as of 2022

“Charter schools offer students and families an opportunity for choice, innovation, and creativity in education. By providing alternatives to traditional public schools, charter schools encourage competition and drive improvements in overall educational quality. They also empower educators with greater autonomy to tailor their teaching methods and curriculum to the unique and individual needs of their students. Ultimately, charter schools help to create a more diverse and dynamic educational landscape that benefits everyone.”

Sheryl Zimmerrer, LOGOS Public Charter School, Medford, Oregon

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