Chalkboard Project thanks Governor Brown, the Council on Educator Advancement, and Oregon legislators for the courage and willingness to build a new and different way of supporting educators.
Chalkboard Project is deeply troubled by President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which will disrupt the lives of thousands of children, students, and families across our nation.
We are particularly concerned with the insecurity, disruption, and trauma this action will inflict in our classrooms and schools for educators, students, and parents.
This article was orginally pubished in the September issue of the Oregon Business magazine.
What happens when philanthropy takes a seat at the education reform table? Thirteen years ago, Oregon philanthropy decided to ﬁnd out.
For more than a decade now, an extraordinary conversation has been taking place in Oregon’s schools and halls of government.
- Quality Educators
Chalkboard launches a new initiative to improve student outcomes through school board governance and equity. In September, two school districts—Corvallis and Medford—will begin working with expert trainers to develop effective governance models and policies, and strengthen the use of equity as an important lever in raising student achievement. Read more about the initiative here:
An innovative pathway to systemic change: Increasing impact over time with Senate Bill 182.
- Educator Workforce