The Educator Advancement Council established 10 Regional Educator Networks (REN) as a way to center teacher and community voices in designing and supporting open access to regional, high-quality, culturally responsive professional learning that reflects local context and career stages. RENs, each led by a coordinating body representative of the region, have organized around improving systems to support educators. There is a strong focus on funding innovative change ideas and not programs. This approach allows for educators’ experiences to drive the work, creating a structure for regional innovation.
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Becoming an Educator in Oregon