All five TeachOregon sites were visited to gather footage for this video in May 2014. The video footage was shot or gathered by Rachael Harms. This video captures perspectives of the TeachOregon program by teachers and administrators in the program.
The study reports, for the first time ever, achievement and attainment data across seven participating tribes in Oregon.
Chalkboard’s annual report to the Oregon community on the condition of K-12 education.
An outline of CCSS and how it impacts families, students and teachers.
Paper by Dr. Judith Ramaley that addresses the question of whether the teaching profession is a profession.
Great teachers can make the difference between who they are today and who they can become. Find out about the Distinguished Educators Council's ideas to make Oregon schools great places to teach and learn.
An analysis of available evidence about effective high school dropout prevention programs and practices.
What Can we Learn From States, Districts that Increase Educator Effectiveness Using the Teacher Incentive Fund?
A report finds that changes to pay, educator evaluation, professional development, and new data systems are good investments to strengthen teaching and learning.
Teacher Kelly Devlin speaks on the importance of providing a high-quality education for every student before the Chalkboard board of directors.
The Distinguished Educators Council speaks at a Chalkboard Project 2012 board meeting.
DEC member speaks on the importance of effective professional development opportunities for teachers.
DEC member Sean McGeeney talks about the importance of having effective professional development opportunities for teachers.
The Primer is a guide for Oregon's educational leaders to support the successful implementation of Senate Bill 290.
An analysis of Oregon attendance data with a focus on how many students are chronically absent.
Making Oregon a great place to teach is an essential component of improving education. If Oregon is serious about reversing the sliding performance in too many schools and creating vibrant classrooms that help all students achieve at high levels, then making Oregon a great place to teach needs to be a core strategy. This report details recommendations—after months of study and discussion—for ensuring Oregon is a great place to teach.
A brief demonstrating the progress TIF districts made in changing perceptions about educator evaluation and the effect reform has had on improving instruction.
The achievement compacts aim to build a strong framework for student improvement, and the next steps must include more detail on how to help schools achieve their goals.
A brief overview of the rapidly expanding literature
This issue paper highlights the limited, but growing, number of programs proven effective through experimental trials.
Addresses proposals to increase efficiencies in two areas: support services and student transportation.
U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, meets with CLASS Project educators to hear progress report on $22.4 million federal investment in Oregon teachers and students.