Byline: EDUCATION EXTRA The Register-Guard Early intervention program recognized A local program designed to help children prepare for kindergarten has received an award from the Oregon Association of School Executives and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators.
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OASE stands for Oregon Association of School Executives (Salem, OR)
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- Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Defense Information Assurance Program
- Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Information Technology
- Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence
- Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers
- Old Age, Survivors, Disability and Health Insurance
- Old Age, Survivors, Disability and Health Insurance Act (Social Security Act)
- Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (US Social Security)
- Organisation Argan-Souss pour le Développement et la Protection de l'Environnement (French)
- Open Aanbod Software Expertise (Dutch: Open Offer Software Expertise; open source project; Netherlands)
- Open Access to Scientific Literature
- Oakland Asian Students Educational Services (California)
- Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space Environment Services
- Oceanic Applied Sciences and Environmental Solutions (research corporation)
- Office of Applied Sciences & Engineering Studies
- Ontario Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences
- Outdoor and Sustainability Education Service (UK)
- Outpost for the Analysis and Spectroscopy of Exoplanetary Systems
- Office Automation System Facilities
- Oregon Amateur Sports Foundation (Beaverton, OR)
- Overeaters Anonymous of San Francisco
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The online survey of school districts, conducted the last week of September by the Oregon Association of School Executives, the Oregon Association of School Business Officials and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators, found class sizes on average have grown by about two students since 2008-09 - slightly less than that at elementary and middle schools, a bit more at high schools.