New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz.
National Commission on Teaching and America's Future.
Chalkboard’s annual report to the Oregon community on the condition of K-12 education.
Executive Summary. New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz.
The third in a series of reports evaluating schools, this report assembles evidence on policies that show potential to strengthen the state's method of funding its schools.
Improving and Strengthening Accountability in Oregon's Schools: A Broad Review of Promising Practices and Policy Options
The second in a series of reports evaluating schools, this report moves from describing problems to exploring a wide range of policy options that schools might employ to solve them.
Appendix of Chalkboard’s September 2004 report to the Oregon community on the condition of K-12 education.
OEA and George Fox University create a mentoring partnership.
Report by National Commission on Teaching and America's Future, that states: “How do we get the good teachers we have recruited, trained, and hired to stay in their jobs?”
A regional organization conducting original research and providing extensive educational resources.
Hosted by the Institute of Education Services, ERIC is a digital library of education research and information.
George Lucas Educational Foundation's resource that offers practical, hands-on advice, real-world examples, lively contributions from practitioners, and tips and tools.
Student career resource for the classroom.
An online library resource for teachers and students; however, the site was closed permanently in June 2015 with no further updates or management of the site.
The U.S. National Archives' gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students.
OSLIS is a K-12 web portal providing access to quality licensed databases within an information literacy framework. It offers access to licensed databases, and has a research feature called AnswerLand or Chat with a Librarian.
Online magazine published by the Editorial Projects in Education and features an e-newsletter with sign-up at the website.
A web site with thousands of unique teaching tools, online interactive activities, educational games, projects, worksheets and many other resources that can be used for free/low cost.
Website with free videos about teaching, report card advice, how-to articles and other resoures to improve student learning, and to advocate for teacher leadership.
ProTeacher is a community for professional school teachers. Participants include teachers from every state across the USA, and collegues from Canada, UK, Australia, and around the world.