Oregon’s Native American students face obstacles to stay in, complete school

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Native American students in Oregon are graduating at lower rates, performing worse on state assessments, attending fewer days and receiving more suspensions and expulsions than their peers, according to a report released by the Oregon Department of Education.

Experts believe a few key issues are causing these negative outcomes.

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