Bank Street College of Education tackles quality sustained clinical practice as one component of ensuring aspiring teachers are prepared for the classroom and profiles the Salem-Keizer School District's efforts in co-teaching as one example.
Leading for Learning works with district administrators and principals to improve the culture and practice of instructional leadership. Hear several school district administrators share their perspectives on the importance of creating systemic supports for principals.
The CLASS Project is a process by which teachers develop the next generation career model for their districts, elevating the teaching profession and improving outcomes for students. The paper outlines the research underpinning the CLASS model, analyzes its impact on the ground, describes Chalkboard's accompanying legislative and policy initiatives, and narrates CLASS' evolution.
Sue Hildick speaks about the impact of the CLASS Project since its first pilots in 2008. She answers questions about the focus on K-12 education and how the CLASS model empowers teachers to lead transformation throughout Oregon.
What We Do
Chalkboard Project is an independent education transformation organization dedicated to making Oregon's K-12 public education school among the best in the country.