The Oregon Trail Regional Educator Network (REN)
What is the goal of the Oregon Trail REN?
The Regional Educator Networks' (REN) objectives are focused on systemic changes to transform how we support the public educator continuum. There is a unique emphasis on teacher voice that will drive the conversation and form the initiatives that are specific for each region.
The Oregon Trail REN Coordinating Body will work to identify problems of practice within the educator career continuum and implement regional systemic change that is relevant to the needs unique to educators in our region.
Would you like more information on REN and the EAC?
- Regional Educator Networks
- Educator Advancement Council
- EAC Permanent Rules
- Report from the Governor’s Council on Educator Advancement
- 2019 Oregon Educator Equity Report (PDF)
- Senate Bill 182 Enrolled (PDF)
- Educator Advancement Council Info Sheet (PDF)
- Educator Advancement Council Glossary (PDF)
Oregon Trail REN Participating District Members
Umatilla, Helix, Pendleton, North Powder, Echo, Athena-Weston, Milton-Freewater,Union, Burnt River,Morrow County SD, Ione, Hermiston, Baker SD, Pine Eagle, Pilot Rock, Stanfield, Ukiah, Cove, La Grande, Elgin, Imbler, IMESD (including Riverbend OYA)
Contact your Oregon Trail REN Coordinating Body Member
The Coordinating Body will use both IMESD's and Oregon's Equity Lens during the drafting and implementation of the regional plan.
The Coordinating Body is made up of 33 educators and community leaders who are passionate about education and educator support in our region. They have been tasked with creating a regional plan to address systemic change in the educator continuum:
Meeting Dates and Locations
|November 21st, 2019 in Pendleton|
|December 17th, 2019 in Pendleton|
|January 14th, 2019 in Pendleton|
CANCELED due to weather
|February 11th, 2020 in Pendleton||Agenda|
|March 10th, 2020 in Pendleton||-|
|April 21st, 2020 in Pendleton||-|