Hi readers! In this post, I’ve compiled a list of best special education schools in Oregon. The list consists of both public and private schools. Here, readers will find the following details – top special education schools, their address, grades, student teacher ratio and more.
Best Public & Private Special Education Schools in Oregon for 2022
Student Teacher Ratio
|1||VICTORY ACADEMY||3||3||PO BOX 428||TUALATIN||0.21|
|2||LOOKING GLASS CENTER POINT SCHOOL||13||17||1790 W 11TH AVE STE A||EUGENE||3.11|
|3||BRIDGES MIDDLE SCHOOL||10||13||2510 SW 1ST AVE||PORTLAND||5.07|
|4||SERENDIPITY CENTER||6||17||PO BOX 33350||PORTLAND||6.02|
|5||Oregon School for the Deaf||KG||12||999-A Locust St NE||Salem||6.2000000|
|6||PARK ACADEMY||8||17||1915 SOUTHSHORE BLVD||LAKE OSWEGO||6.4|
|7||EDISON HIGH SCHOOL||14||17||9020 SW BEAVERTON HILLSDALE HWY||PORTLAND||7.16|
|8||JASPER MOUNTAIN SCHOOL||6||12||37875 JASPER LOWELL RD||JASPER||8|
|9||KLAMATH BASIN BEHAVURAL HEALTH||6||16||2210 N ELDORADO AVE||KLAMATH FALLS||8.62|
For ranking the schools, I’ve relied upon the ‘Student Teacher Ratio’ factor. What is student teacher ratio, some of you may ask. It is the number used to indicate the number of students for every teacher in a school.
For example, a student teacher ratio of 16 indicates that a teacher is available for 16 students in that school. When it comes to quality of education, student teacher ratio plays an important role. If the student teacher ratio is 100, it means that few teachers are available to attend to the needs of students in a school. This may lead to inadequate attention, inadequate engagement, and may even have a negative impact on student success!
Student teacher ratio is like a two way street. Fewer students per teacher setup is an ideal classroom where students may enjoy adequate individual-attention from teachers. Under this setup, a teacher may take care of individuals’ needs and weaknesses. Similarly, under this setup, teachers may modify/adapt their teaching techniques according to learning styles/needs of the students.