The education administrators' section on the U.S. Department of Education website.
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Established in 1987, the National Board is an independent, nonprofit organization working to advance accomplished teaching by developing professional standards for teaching, and creating a voluntary system to certify teachers who meet those standards.
Teacher Standards and Practices Commission is Oregon's licensing agency for all educators and works to maintain and improve performance by approving teacher preparation programs.
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.
Oregon professional development links
Oregon's statewide association of second language professionals for all languages at all levels, immersion and non-immersion, works with educators statewide to improve language learning and teaching.
A resource sponsored by the Department of Education and the Institute of Educational Sciences for educators interested in finding out which programs have been backed by research and which have not.
Center for Teacher Leadership (CTL)
An organization focused on a goalto empower, recognize, and connect teachers to improve student learning, and to advocate for teacher leadership.
A national outreach campaign to change how the best teachers are valued in our society.
Various resources for the classroom
Online teacher support sponsored by the Oregon Department of Education.
The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future is a leading voice on what matters most for student learning: quality teaching in schools organized for success.
An organization dedicated to researching the world's best performing education systems, focusing on standards and assessment design.
The Library of Congress' teacher focused website.
Gives educators concrete examples of how to implement research-driven practices in their classrooms.
Seeks to improve student learning and advance the teaching profession by cultivating teacher leadership, conducting timely research, and crafting smart policy.
George Lucas Educational Foundation website
Online publication by Editorial Projects in Education