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Agenda: December 17, 2012 Education and Youth Success PEG Meeting

Agenda

Education and Youth Success Policy Expert Group 

Date: December 17, 2012
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, 7th Floor - Conference Room 7A

Meeting Goal: Explore how gentrification and growth scenarios (which illustrate different ways the city can grow over the next 25 years) relate to issues of interest to this PEG

Welcome and Reflections from Last Meeting (15 minutes)
Description: Opportunity for PEG members to share impressions and/or follow-up thoughts from the November 19 meeting

Gentrification Presentation and Discussion (40 minutes)
Presenter: Tom Armstrong, BPS
Description: Presentation on gentrification study, conducted in collaboration with PSU
Discussion: What are the implications of gentrification on schools and the academic, social and health outcomes ofPortland’s children and youth?

Growth Scenarios (40 minutes)
Presenter: Tom Armstrong, BPS
Description: Preview of growth scenarios, which will look at different ways in which the city can grow in the next 25 years
Discussion: What are the implications on school facilities planning and other factors related to the academic, social and health outcomes ofPortland’s children and youth?

PEG Process: Looking Ahead (15 minutes)
Presenter: Deborah Stein, BPS
Description: Preview of next steps in the Comprehensive Plan Update process; role of PEGs and upcoming milestones

Public Comment (10 minutes)
Next Meeting:
January 22, 2013 from 4:00-6:00 (NOTE: this meeting is on a TUESDAY)

For more information, please contact either Deborah Stein, Bureau of Planning & Sustainability at 503-823-6991 or deborah.stein@portlandoregon.gov, or Clark Worth, Facilitator, at 503-222-0146 or clark@barneyandworth.com

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