Oregon Education sites

  • American Federation of Teachers - Oregon

    Oregon - Statewide union for affiliated locals of the American Federation of Teachers.
  • Business Education Compact

    Nonprofit organization serving as an intermediary for business and education partnerships to promote excellence and relevance in education.
  • Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA)

    Professional association for school administrators, including superintendents, principals, assistant principals and other central office administrators.
  • Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD)

    Combination of Oregon Community College Services and Oregon Job Training Partnership Act Administration. Also oversees the Oregon Youth Conservation Corps and Oregon Community Services Commission.
  • E3-Employers for Education Excellence

    Employers for Education Excellence - An independent non-profit organization founded in 1996. E3 works in partnership with business, education, and civic leaders statewide.
  • Education Northwest

    Private, non-profit corporation conducting research, development, training, technical assistance and other services for schools and communities. Formerly known as Northwest Regional Education Laboratory.
  • Education Enterprise Steering Committee

    Because the "what" of school improvement is well established, the focus of the EESC's School Improvement work is to support schools on "how" to improve. The Teaching Learning Connection (TLC) is Oregon's statewide framework that supports districts and schools in their effort to move from "good to great" and/or help make immediate and dramatic changes for Title I-A schools/districts that are in "needs improvement status" or restructuring.
  • Elections division

    The Elections Division uniformly interprets and applies the election laws that allow our democracy to function.
  • Employment Relations Board

    Three member public body appointed by the governor to administer the Oregon Public Employee Collective Bargaining Act.
  • Innovation Partnership

    The Center for Innovative School Facilities is an Oregon nonprofit committed to improving learning environments and educational opportunities for students across the state.
  • Oregon Association for Talented and Gifted (OATAG)

    OATAG is a statewide non-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides resources, information and advocacy for identified TAG students in grades k-12, their educators, family and community.
  • Oregon Department of Education (ODE)

    The State of Oregon's public education system consists of public school districts and education service districts with their own respective governing bodies. The Oregon Legislature created the Oregon State Board of Education to set the educational policies and standards of Oregon’s state schools and community colleges. Its mission is to “consider the goals of modern education, the requirements of a sound, comprehensive curriculum best suited to the needs of the students and the public and any other factors consistent with the maintenance of a modern and efficient elementary and secondary school system and community college program”
  • Oregon Educational Technology Consortium (OETC)

    The Organization for Educational Technology & Curriculum (OETC) is an incorporated not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to maximizing the value of educational technology to its members by working with software and hardware vendors to procure the most effective and appropriate technological resources at the lowest possible price.
  • Oregon Leadership Network (OLN)

    Partnership among Oregon state agencies, school districts, and nonprofit nongovernmental organizations working to strengthen educational leadership to increase equitable outcomes and improve student achievement and success, so that all students will meet or exceed state standards in reading and math.
  • Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB)

    Oregon Public Broadcasting is the largest cultural and education institution in the region, delivering excellence in public broadcasting to 1.5 million people each week through television, radio and the Internet.
  • Oregon Association of Education Service Districts (OAESD)

    Represents the education service districts in Oregon. Helps ESDs work together to enhance programs, services and products for local districts toward the goal of improved learning for all students.
  • Oregon Association of School Business Officials (OASBO)

    Professional association of the business managers of Oregon's public schools. Provides professional growth opportunities and strives for the highest standards of ethics, efficiency and economy in the business methods and practices for the members.
  • Oregon Community College Association (OCCA)

    A voluntary association whose members consist of Oregon's 17 community colleges. Serves as the advocacy voice for the community colleges at state agencies and the Legislature.
  • Oregon Department of Transportation

    ODOT's Road & Weather Reports
  • Oregon Education Association (OEA)

    Statewide union that represents the majority of teachers, community college instructors and education support personnel in Oregon. An affiliate of the National Education Association (NEA).
  • Oregon Educators Benefit Board (OEBB)

    The 2007 Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Educators Benefit Board and established this state-run mandatory health insurance pool for k-12 schools and ESDs.
  • Oregon Government Ethics Commission (OGEC)

    Citizen commission charged with enforcing government ethics laws in Oregon.
  • Oregon Legislature

    Official web site for the Oregon Legislature.
  • Oregon Public Education Network (OPEN)

    Statewide telecommunication project designed to assist in providing access to a statewide network and provide Web-based information, curriculum, resources, education standards and instructional support to Oregon educators. Disbanded in 2006. 
  • Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition

    Seeks to create safe schools and communities where every family can belong, every educator can teach, and every child can learn regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA)

    Non-profit association of member high schools which regulates all interscholastic athletics and activities following standards adopted by the state Board of Education.
  • Oregon School Counselor Association (OSCA)

    The professional association serving school counselors in Oregon since 1967. A state division of the American School Counselor Association.
  • Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA)

    Represents classified employees in Oregon schools, ESDs, community colleges and park and recreation districts.
  • Oregon School Personnel Association (OSPA)

    Vacancy information, listings and on-line application for teacher positions in Oregon school districts. Home of the Teach Oregon Application System.
  • Oregon Small Schools Association (OSSA)

    A non-profit entity organized for the purpose of improving instruction in Oregon schools by providing staff development opportunities.
  • Oregon Student Assistance Commission (OSAC)

    The state student financial aid agency for Oregon. Formerly named Oregon State Scholarship Commission (OSSC), OSAC administers a variety of State of Oregon, Federal, and privately-funded student financial aid programs for the benefit of Oregonians attending institutions of postsecondary education.
  • Oregon University System

    Oversees the operation of Oregon's public four-year universities.
  • Oregon Data Project

    This site is designed to support the work of the project, a collaborative initiative of the Oregon Department of Education and the statewide Education Enterprise Steering Committee. In these pages, you will find the information you need to keep up to date on the progress of the project, as well as news on data-related initiatives in Oregon and across the country.
  • Proficiency-based Admissions Standards System (PASS)

    Standards that will be stipulated for admission to Oregon State System of Higher Education.
  • PTA (Oregon Congress of Parents and Teachers)

    A volunteer organization of parents whose main objective is to promote the welfare of children. National PTA
  • Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)

    Public retirement system for state, county, municipal, school and other public employees.
  • Secretary of State

    The Secretary of State provides complete, factual information about elections, corporations, government history and government performance, and maintains secure systems and reliable operations.
  • Stand for Children

    Oregon’s leading voice for children - bringing together people from all walks of life - parents, grandparents, people who work with children, and others who care about the next generation - in order to make children a top political priority.
  • State Board of Education

    Seven member board appointed by the governor to oversee the operation of public schools and community colleges.
  • State of Oregon

    Official web site for the state of Oregon.
  • Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction

    Appointed official serving the state Board as the executive head of the Department of Education.
  • Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC)

    Issues teaching certificates, establishes rules for teacher and administrator certification, takes appropriate disciplinary action against educators and districts found to be in violation of Oregon statutes or performance standards...
  • Teaching Research Institute (WOU)

    State, regional and national research in educational improvement.
  • The Chalkboard Project

    Collaboration of five Oregon charitable foundations focused on strengthening Oregon's K-12 public education system.