A professional organization for those interested in literacy learning and those interested in the promotion of a lifetime of reading.
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Organization that exists to provide the middle school educator with information that is relevant, useful, and motivational.
Promotes a comprehensive math education community and supports educators in implementing the state and national mathematical standards.
Group that exists to stimulate professional development and improve the quality of English language arts instruction at all educational levels.
Organization that provides quality curriculum idea for promoting effective teaching and learning in the social studies.
Oregon CEC works to improve the educational success of individuals with disabilities and/or gifts and talents.
A group that serves over 1300 early childhood professionals in the state of Oregon.
Advocates for the advancement and expansion of quality visual arts education in all schools.
To meet these new expectations educators are being asked to master new skills and responsibilities and deepen their content knowledge. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is one way to meet these needs.
Promotes and facilitate excellence and continues improvement in science education.
A consortium of six institutions of higher education devoted to increasing thoughtful and effective ways of integrating technology in classrooms, K-college.
Website where teacher-users contribute the content and direct site development, providing free resources for other teaachers.
This award-winning blog is an initiative of the Center for Teacher Quality.
A website that offers chat rooms organized around topics.
A network and resource for teachers.
A resource helping teachers and students create blogs.
Forums for teachers to exchange ideas.
Designed by teachers for teachers in order to provide technical support, professional development opportunities, and recognition for teachers of all content areas and grade levels.
Focus on K-12 literacy by the State Action for Education Leadership Project (SAELP )
Findings from a decade of Local Systemic Change (LSC's) Projects.