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Supporting Oregon's teachers, administrators and staff is a key part of the work done at the Oregon Department of Education. The links that follow connect with some of the most popular educator resources.

Educator Effectiveness
Supporting the evaluation and professional growth of educators.

Teacher Licensure
In Oregon, the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission is the licensing agency for all educators.

Teacher Recognition
Identifying excellence in the profession.

Family Engagement
Teachers and parents working together to support student achievement.

Educator Advancement Council
The Educator Advancement Council is an innovative partnership aimed at helping Oregon achieve high-quality, well-supported and culturally-responsive public educators in every classroom.

Teach in Oregon
If you are interested in being a teacher in Oregon, all of the partners involved in this website are eager to help you navigate your journey towards becoming a teacher in Oregon. Let’s get you to that classroom! Dive into this comprehensive web site to learn all you will need to know.

Information on each of the content areas that are a part of Oregon's state standards.

Teaching Materials
Links to additional educator resources.

Oregon Mentoring Project
A program where veteran teachers and administrators help those entering the profession.

Digital Learning
Resources for foundational practices that will apply to districts implementing new online programs, designing for blended learning, and/or leading for reimagination of teaching and learning. The ultimate aim of the resources contained here is to reduce existing inequity and increase learning and belonging.

Instructional Materials
Instructional materials used in Oregon’s classrooms need to reflect the most current information and research and be aligned to academic content standards. To this end, these instructional materials are subject, by law, to a review process and must meet established specifications and criteria in order to be approved by the State Board of Education for use in classrooms.