Distinguished Educators Council report released | Chalkboard Project

Distinguished Educators Council report released

Monday, October 1, 2012 Michelle Morico

The Distinguished Educators Council (DEC), made up of 13 Oregon teachers recognized for their knowledge and accomplishments, has released its recommendations to ensure Oregon is a great place to teach. “As we work to create a seamless, high-quality system from birth through post-secondary education we know that teachers at all levels will be the real drivers of change in schools across the state. We should all be doing what we can to ensure that teachers’ voices are helping to drive these policy conversations,” reflected Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber. “I am glad to see this group of distinguished teachers offering their best thinking and using their expertise to benefit students inside and outside their own classrooms.”

The report outlines five top-line recommendations, each with specific actions policymakers and school leaders should take to improve teaching and learning.

Read the full report, “Making Oregon a Great Place to Teach: Recommendations from the Distinguished Educators Council.”

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