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Agenda: March 18, 2013 Education and Youth Success PEG meeting

Monday, March 18, 2013 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
1900 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, 7th Floor - Conference Room 7A

Meeting Goals

  • Update on Comprehensive Plan process and preview of next steps
  • Gather PEG feedback on the Working Draft Comprehensive Plan goals and policies

Welcome and Announcements (5 minutes)
Presenter: Clark Worth, Barney & Worth
Description: Re-introductions; review meeting objectives; announcements from group members 

PEG Reports on Public Workshops (10 minutes)
Description: PEG members share observations on the recent workshops 

Portland Public Schools Ed Specs (10 minutes)
Presenter: Paul Cathcart, Portland Public Schools
Description: Status report on the PPS Ed Specs initiative
See Handout

Process Updates (15 minutes)
Presenter: Deborah Stein, BPS
Update on process: Feb. 8 meeting with Superintendents Council, workshops, survey, and preview of Part 2, Q&A 

PEG DISCUSSION: Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies Review (65 minutes)
Facilitators: Clark Worth, Barney & Worth; Deborah Stein, BPS
Description: PEG discussion and feedback on Working Draft Part 1 - Review of goals and policies for effectiveness at addressing issues of interest to the Education and Youth Success PEG, explore potential outcomes, and consider how they achieve or hinder aspirations for a more equitable city.   

Public Comment (10 minutes)
All guests are welcome to address the PEG at this time.

Wrap-up and Next Steps (5 minutes)

  • Next PEG meeting Monday, April 15: wrap-up discussion of draft goals and policies

For more information, please contact either Deborah Stein (BPS) 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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