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         Oregon Boards Of Education:     more books (81)
  1. Biennial Report of the Board of Education for the Oregon School for the Blind
  2. Goldschmidt admits '70s affair with teen.(Politics)(The former governor resigns as chairman of the Oregon Board of Higher Education): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  3. Rules for governing the standardizing and accrediting of high schools in the state of Oregon by Oregon. State Board of Education, 1914-12-31
  4. Oregonians speak out on education;: A report on town meetings conducted by the Oregon Board of Education, 1970 by Marguerite Wright, 1970
  5. Public vocational-technical education in Oregon;: Report of a survey made for the Oregon State Board of Education, by W. R Flesher, 1958
  6. Powers and duties of the Oregon State Board of Education by John L Baker, 1951
  7. Factfinder's report and recommendations in the matter of factfinding between Board of Education, Southwestern Oregon Community College (district) and Southwestern ... College Federation of Teachers (federation) by Eugene R Neill, 1978
  8. Oregon School Laws With Rules and Regulations of the State Board of Education by Oregon, 2010-01-05
  9. The Oregon School Laws With Rules and Regulations of the State Board of Education, Blank Forms, Etc. by Oregon, 2009-12-31
  10. Oregon school laws with rules and regulations of the State board of education by statutes Oregon. Laws, 2010-09-07
  11. The Oregon school laws with Rules and regulations of the State board of education, blank forms, etc by statutes Oregon. Laws, J H Acherman, 2010-08-16
  12. Western Oregon University: Monmouth, Oregon, Liberal Arts, Oregon Legislative Assembly, Oregon State Board of Higher Education, American Sign Language
  13. Muller v. Oregon & Brown v. Board of Education by Nancy Woloch, Waldo E. Martin, 2004-07-01
  14. Physical and Economic Geography of Oregon by Oregon State Board of Higher Education, 1940-01-01

1. Oregon School Boards Association
An organization of the states school boards.Category Regional North America School boards Associations...... Extra! Extra! educationrelated news stories from the Associated Press updatedweekly. Copyright 2003 oregon School boards Association 1201 Court
Quick Links... Annual Convention Bill Tracking Bond Election Results Calendar of Events Charter Schools Info Code of Ethics Comments, Suggestions CPI Crisis Management Daily Leg. Updates Dropout Rates The Election Process Employment Event Registration Healthy Kids Learn Better Legislative Report Legislative Services Map/Directions to OSBA Negotiations Update Negotiator's Notebook New Bd Member Res. PERS Information Center Policy Update PR in Action Quality Education Model Report Card Resources Salute to Success School Funding School Funding Toolkit SPOT Staff E-Mail Directory Statewide Tests Supt. Vacancies Search this Site Education Bill Tracking Daily Legislative Updates Hearings Schedule Hot Topics: Funding PERS Employer Coalition response to the " Oregon Retirement Plan " ... Leaders for Student Learning Open Enrollment) Key Work of School Boards Open Enrollment) Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure for School Boards Open Enrollment) Oregon Public Meetings and Records Law Open Enrollment) School Board Ethics: Know the Standards Open Enrollment) School Board Candidate Basic Training Open Enrollment)

2. OSBA's Other Education Links
useful education sites in oregon and nationally. About links to other sites. Suggesta site/Update an address. © Copyright 2003 oregon School boards Association
You Are Here: Home Education Links Education Links Oregon's School Districts Education Service Districts Oregon's Community Colleges Oregon's Public Universities ... School Board Associations in Other States Bookmark This Page! This page links you to other education resources on the web. Make a bookmark in your browser for quick access to the most useful education sites in Oregon and nationally. About links to other sites Suggest a site/Update an address
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3. - Agencies, Boards & Commissions
Agencies, boards Commissions. HOME. Government. Living. Visiting. Working. Business. education. Facts. OnLine Driver Motor Vehicle Services. Eastern oregon University

4. Oregon School Boards Association |  Committed To Quality Public Education For A
Find details on the statutory governing board of the oregon State System of Higher education. Locate info on members, meeting schedules, policies, and procedures.
Oregon School Boards Association The OSBA website contains a variety of information and resources in support of school board members and educators. OSBA provides services and programs that support Oregon-based education and administrators and anyone interested in quality education and reform. Main sections of this site can be reached from the front page with many valuable links available within these pages. A link to "Hot topics" includes information on educational funding, at-risk youth, charter schools, educational technology and much more. Users can also use a search engine provided at the site. Publications are available by downloading. Educators, administrators, state and local officials will find resources and information at this site. Keywords: school boards, administration, standards, technology, at-risk youth, charter schools Use your browser's "Back" button to return to your search results. Or start a new search

5. University Of Oregon, College Of Education : Alumni Boards
University of oregon College of education. text readers click here to bypassnavigation area Search for. 2003 University of oregon College of education.

6. University Of Oregon, College Of Education : Alumni
Alumni boards COE alumni are represented by a 24member board us about someone whomakes a difference to education or your 2003 University of oregon College of

7. Joint Boards Of Education Meeting Minutes 3/17/00
MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE JOINT boards OF education oregon STATEBOARD OF education and oregon STATE BOARD OF HIGHER education.
OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION Rooms 327/8/9, Smith Memorial Center
Portland State University CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Joint Boards of Education was called to order at 12:15 p.m. by Tom Imeson, president of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education. ROLL CALL On roll call, the following answered present: State Board of Education
Wayne Feller
Donnie Griffin
Jill Kirk
Susan Massey (president) State Board of Higher Education
Shawn Hempel David Koch Leslie Lehmann Jim Lussier Don VanLuvanee Jim Willis Phyllis Wustenberg Tom Imeson Absent: Herbert Aschkenasy, Steve Bogart, Emilio Hernandez, Jr., Geri Richmond, Bill Williams President Imeson introduced new Board members Shawn Hempel and Leslie Lehmann. He noted that Bill Williams, another new Board member, was unable to attend. President Massey indicated that Steve Bogart, a relatively new member of the Board of Education, was also unable to attend. REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPS: CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION Chancellor Cox reported that a redesign of the criteria for evaluation was underway and draft plans were distributed to Board members, OUS member partners, and all community college partners. Comments and suggestions made by Board members at the November 19, 1999, Joint Boards Working Group meeting were taken into consideration. Commissioner Preus-Braly said that she anticipated a response from regional partnership members by April 1, whereupon a final proposal would be written and presented to the Joint Boards for final approval at a future meeting.

8. Joint Boards Articulation Commission (JBAC)
oregon University System logo, linked to the oregon University System homepage,Joint boards of education. Joint boards Articulation Commission.
Joint Boards of Education Joint Boards Articulation Commission
The Articulation and Transfer Home Page for Transfer Students and Transfer-Student Issues
This web site is specifically for transfer students and prospective transfer students as well as advisors, counselors, faculty members, administrators, and policymakers interested in transfer students and their issues.
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What's New?
This Joint Boards Articulation Commission home page is a joint project of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education and the Oregon State Board of Education , developed and maintained by Jim Arnold , Director of Community College Articulation, Oregon University System
This page was last updated April 2, 2003

9. OUS - The Oregon State Board Of Higher Education
The oregon State Board of Higher education, the statutory governing board of the sevencampus oregon State of Board and Joint boards (Board of Higher education Board of education)
The Oregon State Board of Higher Education, the statutory governing board of the seven-campus Oregon State System of Higher Education, is composed of 11 members appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Oregon State Senate. Nine members are appointed for four-year terms; two members are students and are appointed for two-year terms.
Board Members and Staff
Board Roster and Biographies
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Board's Office

Board Committees

Board Meetings

Public Meeting Notices
Letters (identified by date of issue) containing date, time, location, and principal subjects of the Board meetings, including standing and ad hoc committees of the Board
Agendas and background materials for regularly scheduled Board meetings
Minutes of regularly scheduled Board meetings
Oregon University System - PO Box 3175 - Eugene, OR 97403 / Phone: 541.346.5700

10. Chapter 450 Oregon Laws 1999
Be It Enacted by the People of the State of oregon SECTION 1. ORS 348.890 shall holdat least one meeting annually as the Joint boards of education for the
Chapter 450 Oregon Laws 1999
Session Law
SB 868
Relating to education; amending ORS 348.890.
Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:
ORS 348.890 is amended to read:
348.890. (1) The State Board of Higher Education and the State Board of Education shall hold at least one meeting annually as the Joint Boards of Education for the purpose of coordinating their activities and [ facilitating the solution of problems of mutual concern reaching joint agreement on matters of education policy and opportunities of mutual interest to the two boards and to the populations served by the boards
(2) Bylaws to be adopted by the members shall determine procedures for setting meeting dates, locations, chairperson rotation, agendas and staff support.
(3) The Joint Boards of Education shall provide policy direction to implement regional partnership proposals and any other joint program or activity approved by both boards.
(4) Notwithstanding ORS 351.070 (3)(c), the Office of Community College Services and the Department of Higher Education may use appropriations from the General Fund to implement agreements approved by the Joint Boards of Education that provide direct aid to a student, or other incentives that encourage shared use of facilities, programs and other resources of state institutions of higher education and community colleges.
Approved by the Governor July 1, 1999

2. The Joint boards of education, working with the oregon Commission on Children

12. Chapter 1080 Oregon Laws 1999
in the educational Leadership Summit; (b) The education Leadership Team shall invitethe oregon education Association, oregon School boards Association and
Chapter 1080 Oregon Laws 1999
Session Law
HB 3633
Relating to education; and declaring an emergency.
Whereas education is the cornerstone of a free society and the greatest measure of the success of a nation; and
Whereas the citizens of Oregon deserve and need an educational system that provides for success and achievement; and
Whereas all educational decision makers in the State of Oregon should work together to form an educational system; and
Whereas Oregon's educational policy should promote the development of strong academic achievement to enable individuals to achieve success at whatever career path they choose; and
Whereas future teachers in our higher education system are the future success of our educational system; and
Whereas accountability should be at all educational levels from kindergarten to post-graduate studies and should apply to administrators, educators, parents and students; and
Whereas to achieve success, specific areas need to be reviewed and changed to improve our educational system; now, therefore,
Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon: SECTION 1.

13. Lincoln County School District, Oregon
Details, oregon School boards Association Link to the oregon School boards Associationwith education links and many other services. Return to Top of Page.
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Homework Spot
- Homework help and many links.
- This site is designed to assist teachers, school administrators and related service professionals implement recent changes to the primary special education law.
Library Spot
- Library resource with extensive reference desk.
Oregon Department of Education
- Assessment, curriculum, instruction and field services, student services and more information.
Oregon School and District Report Cards
- This web site gives more information about State School Report Cards, the grades of all Oregon schools and copies of each school and district report card.
Oregon School Boards Association
- Link to the Oregon School Boards Association with education links and many other services.

14. State Action For Education Leadership
Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, oregon, Rhode Island Association,the National Association of State boards of education and the
State Action for Education Leadership Project
The State Action for Education Leadership Project is part of the Wallace-Reader's Digest Funds' larger educational leadership initiative designed to prepare, support and sustain a leadership cadre in each state that can transform schools and school systems to produce improved academic performance for low-income youth. Through this project, state government and education leaders compete for grants to support research, analysis and preparation of legislative and administrative actions that will prepare, support and sustain a group of education leaders (principals and superintendents) in each state. Fifteen states have been awarded three-year implementation grants: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia. To see a list of state contacts, please click here. Project management and support is provided through the Council of Chief State School Officers. The project is guided by a National Consortium comprised of the five state-based organizations whose members have primary responsibility for state education policy: the CCSSO, the National Conference of State Legislatures , the National Governors' Association , the National Association of State Boards of Education and the Education Commission of the States . In addition to enabling education leadership reforms in states receiving grants, the project benefits all states through research and findings produced and published by the National Consortium.

15. Oregon State Statistics
oregon's Governance Structure This State Profile was produced by The National Associationof State boards of education (NASBE) 277 South Washington Street

16. Department Of Education - Records Retention Schedule
Members of both boards meet periodically (at least once a year) to communicateabout educational policy and related issues for all education in oregon.
Department of Education - Records Retention Schedule
State Board Relations Records Retention Schedule: 97-0012 Organizational Placement: Agency: Department of Education (ODE)
Office: State Board Relations Program Description: The Office of State Board Relations, Oregon Department of Education (ODE), is responsible for providing support services for the State Board of Education and acting as liaison between the Board and the Department of Education. The administrative head of the section, the Associate Superintendent of State Board Relations, serves as Executive Secretary to the State Board of Education. The Office of State Board Relations is responsible for providing support services for the Board including coordinating preparations for meetings, taking, preparing, and disbursing minutes, coordinating board related correspondence, answering board related requests, maintaining records, coordinating travel and other board member expenses, and other duties and projects as needed. The Board's Internet web site, part of ODE's home page, is maintained by the section, in coordination with the Technology and Information Resource Management section (see separate description). In addition, the section is the liaison between the Board, ESDs, and a variety of educational organizations.

17. State Agencies, Boards And Commissions
State Agencies, boards and Commissions. Accountancy, Board of. Economic and CommunityDevelopment Dept., oregon. education, Dept. of. Elections Div. (SOS).
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Administrative Services, Dept. of Adult and Family Services Div. DHS ... Report changes

18. Oregon Education Association -
teachers who wish to pursue certification from the oregon Fund to what the educationestablishment (including most state boards of education, most state
Resources and Publications for Members Professional Development Licensure In Oregon Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) ... Get Involved
Professional Development
Use the links below or scroll down for the following topics: Education for All Diversity Training Continuing Professsional Development National Board Certification National Board Certification Handbook Education for All Diversity Training
with questions or requests for training. Click here to view/download an information brochure on Education for All Diversity Training Mind Your CPUs!
Don't Wait Until It's Too Late to Complete Your Continuing Professional Development Requirements

The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) requires educators to complete a plan of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for renewal of their teaching license. To assist members with their CPU planning, OEA has developed an Essential CPD kit that includes helpful definitions, planning forms and general resource information. In addition, OEA members are advised to download the generic CPD certificate offered below and take it with them to all trainings to help document professional development activities.

19. ODE - ODE News Release 7-7-99
Judy Stiegler, a member of the oregon State Board of education, was elected presidentof the National Association of State boards of education (NASBE).
ODE News Release 7-7-99 Oregon Department of Education
Featured News
News Releases July 7, 1999 Oregonian elected president of national board organization Judy Stiegler, a member of the Oregon State Board of Education, was elected president of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). NASBE serves state education boards across the country. Stiegler, a Bend attorney and a former member of the Bend-LaPine School Board, will take office Jan. 1, 2000. Wayne Feller, another member of the Oregon board, said there are several reasons Stiegler was elected. "Judy has worked at all levels of education policy and understands the emerging responsibilities of state education boards," said Feller. "She is a consensus builder and invites others to step forward with their solutions." Stiegler said her election was helped by the respect other states hold for Oregon schools. "Oregon public schools are highly regarded nationally," said Stiegler. "The view from outside Oregon is that we are doing a good job and want to do better." (contact Judy Stiegler: 541-389-1618) Susan Massey heads state education board Susan Massey of North Bend was elected chairman of the State Board of Education for the 1999-2000 school year. She succeeds Wayne Feller of Silverton.

20. The Center For Education Reform: Oregon Charter Law
CER Grade BOregon (May 1999; last amended in 2001). Local school boards. by thelocal school board may be appealed to the state board of education which may
Making Schools Work Better for All Children
Charter School Legislation:
Profile of Oregon's Charter School Law
Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page Oregon (May 1999; last amended in 2001) The 16 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed Unlimited through 2003 Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities Local school boards Eligible Applicants Any person or group Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts Appeals Process Applications denied by the local school board may be appealed to the state board of education which may make recommendations. The state board cannot overturn the local board's decision, but may become the charter's sponsor. Formal Evidence of Local Support Required No Recipient of Charter Charter school governing body Term of Initial Charter Up to 5 years Operations Automatic Waiver from Most State and District Education Laws, Regulations, and Policies

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