Teachers, administrators, parents, and lawmakers across Oregon are singing the same song: classroom disruptions are at crisis levels.
Investigative reporter Cristin Severance has been investigating this problem for months.
It has all culminated into an hour-long brainstorming session between teachers, administrators, parents and lawmakers about what is going on and possible solutions.
Join the conversation about KGW's 'Classrooms in Crisis: Solutions' special.
KGW investigative reporter Cristin Severance TV news speaks with Nichole Watson, a fourth-grade teacher at Rosa Parks Elementary, and Sarah Norwood, principal at Willamina Elementary School.
Oregon Education Association
More than 4,000 teachers and supporters of education met in Salem to rally for school funding! #RedForEd!
"I'm here to make sure our students have the basic right of a quality education that we say we believe in." -Nichole Watson
The Good Stuff
We're bringing your stories into the spotlight with our new show, “The Good Stuff,” all about the good people, good deeds and good moments that inspire us to smile through difficult times.
Nichole discusses George Floyd and the reactions, protests and resistance to police brutality in the Black community.
This week's Storytime is about Sparky, the world's most famous fire dog with Ms. Watson's Fourth Grade Class! Gather your kids and press play!
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