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Teacher Quality - Title II-A
Title II-A - Mentoring
Title II-A - Mentoring
Oregon Framework for Evaluation & Support
Peer Review Process (PRP)
FAQs for Educator Evaluations
District Collaboration Grants
District/ESD Professional Learning Teams (PLT)
Ed Effectiveness Home
Wednesday, 30 September 2015
Professional Learning Series for Mentors Year Two Registration
Wednesday, 26 August 2015
Professional Learning Series for Mentors: Year One Locations & Registration
Wednesday, 5 August 2015
Coaching Leaders to Attain Student Success (CLASS) Initial Two-Day Workshop
Monday, 31 August 2015
Administrator Mentor Professional Learning Opportunity
In 2007, the Oregon Legislature passed HB 2574 authorizing the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) to establish a beginning teacher and administrator mentoring program. The Oregon Mentoring Project was started to provide support to beginning teachers, principals, and superintendents. In 2013, under the leadership of Governor John Kitzhaber, the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning was established. The Network provides funding for a comprehensive system of support for educators that creates a culture of leadership, professionalism, continuous improvement and excellence for teachers and leaders across the P-20 system. The Oregon Mentoring Program is an important component of this work. It is designed to support activities related to an evidence-based mentorship program for beginning teachers and administrators. The grants fund individual school districts or consortia comprised of school districts, ESDs, and universities. Grant-in-Aid has been allocated yearly beginning in 2008.
OR Revised Statutes 329
This link provides the most recent Statutes regarding the mentoring program. Please reference
ORS 329.788, 329.790, 329.795, 329.800, 329.805, 329.810, 329.815, 329.820 for laws specific to the mentoring program.
OR Administrative Rule 581-018
This link provides the most recent Administrative rules regarding the mentoring program. Please reference
OARs 581-018-0130 through 581-018-0151 for rules specific to the mentoring program
Professional Learning Series for Teacher Mentors: Year One
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) together with the New Teacher Center (NTC) is offering the following FREE professional development opportunities.
Registration is required. Please see the attached
for additional information.
Professional Learning Series
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. CAPACITY HAS BEEN REACHED.
Please register for either Bend or Roseburg.
George Fox University Tigard-Tualatin Campus
12753 SW 68th Ave. Portland, OR 97223
1871 NE Stephens St. Roseburg, OR 97470
PLS 1 - Instructional Mentoring
September 22-23, 2015
September 30 - October 1, 2015
PLS 2 - Observing and Conferencing
October 6-7, 2015
October 22-23, 2015
PLS 3 - Using Data to Inform Instruction
January 12-13, 2016
January 20-21, 2016
PLS 4 - Designing Effective Instruction
February 9-10, 2016
February 4-5, 2016
Bend School District Office Boardroom
520 NW Wall
Bend, OR 97701
Sept. 24-25, 2015
Oct. 15-16, 2015
Jan. 14-15, 2016
Feb. 2-3, 2016
Grant Announcements and Applications
The Oregon Beginning Teacher and Administrator Mentorship Program was established in 2007 through the passage of HB 2574. In 2015 the Oregon Legislature continued funding for the Oregon Mentorship Program through The Network for Quality Teaching and Learning (HB 3233). The grant program is designed to support evidence-based mentorship programs for beginning teachers and administrators.
Mentoring Project Self-Appraisal Tool / Mentoring Program Standards Rubric
07/15/2015 (100.96 KB)
The Self-Appraisal Tool can be used to self-evaluate mentoirng programs based on the Oregon Mentoring Program Standards to identify strengths and weaknesses in current or proposed mentoirng project. Highlighted strengths and how gaps will be addressed can be included in the Mentoirng grant application.
Oregon Mentoring Program Standards adopted!
At the August 2014, State Board of Education Meeting, the
Oregon Mentoring Program Standards
were adopted! Mentoring Program Standards describe the structures and functions, processes, and effective practices necessary for a quality program. Effective mentoring is foundational to a quality program. An essential element of a mentoring program is a professional mentor who understands and utilizes the skills, strategies and tools necessary for the continuous development of teachers and administrators.
Mentoring Impact Information
Students in Oregon deserve absolutely the best principals and teachers we can give them. The Oregon Mentoring Program can help make that happen. Fifty percent of beginning teachers leave the profession in their first five years. The Oregon Mentoring Program can change that. Teachers who have been mentored have greater gains in student achievement than teachers who have not been mentored. For the sake of the students, Mentoring Works!
Fast Facts #1 - Student Impact
04/16/2015 (601.97 KB)
Fast Facts #2 - Ethnicity Information
04/06/2015 (585.42 KB)
Fast Facts #3 - Retention
11/23/2015 (607.39 KB)
Equity Brief 2014
10/31/2014 (204.38 KB)
Impact Brief 2014
10/31/2014 (242.57 KB)
Oregon Mentoring Program Brief (2013)
10/31/2014 (312 KB)
Beginning Teacher Results Brief (2013)
10/31/2014 (389.29 KB)
Beginning Administrator Results Brief (2013)
10/31/2014 (313.21 KB)
Mentoring Network Meetings
Resources, information and documents related to the Oregon Mentoring Network meetings.
Professional Learning Opportunities
Information on upcoming opportunities offered by the Oregon Department of Education.
Previously Funded Mentoring Grant Information
Resources & Research
This page contains resources, information, and documents/forms necessary to meet the criteria of the grant, and that sub-recipients are to use and turn in to the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).
Data Reports and Surveys
This page contains surveys and data collected from the mentoring projects.
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