The Council on Educator Advancement—established through executive order by Governor Kate Brown—has released its recommendations on improving access and efficient delivery of high-quality professional learning to all Oregon educators. The Council also recommends establishing a new, transparent, and accountable governance model to ensure this access and support for every educator.
This episode focuses on full-time teachers serving as mentors for new teachers, addresses the ever-changing needs of individual students in each class, and how peer collaboration is essential in dealing with these realities.
Cottage Grove Principal Iton Udosenata shares how working with his superintendent, Krista Parent, has improved his instructional leadership skills and how he is improving instructional practices among his teachers.
What We Do
Chalkboard Project is an independent education transformation organization dedicated to making Oregon's K-12 public education school among the best in the country.