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michael fullan
The 40th Annual COSA Conference, June 18-20 in Seaside, will feature internationally-acclaimed keynote speakers Michael Fullan and Anthony Muhammad. Fullan is considered a worldwide expert on educational reform, while Muhammad is known for leadership in transforming student performance.
COSA and OASE today released a report, "Re-imagining Grades 9-14," that details recommendations for redefining and restructuring Oregon's education system for high school and the first two years of college.
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OSBA is offering a mock interview service for administrators who are considering pursuing an executive-level position.
john george
John George, principal of Fleming Middle School in Three Rivers School District, has been named the Oregon Middle School Principal of the Year by the Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators (OASSA) and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA).
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Cindy Quintanilla, executive director of secondary programs for North Clackamas School District, was elected as COSA President-Elect for 2014-15, in the recent COSA annual election.
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COSA and OEIB are partnering on this unique opportunity to explore poverty's impact on education. Featured speakers will include Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes, and national experts Lori Beamer and Donna Beegle. All participants will also participate in a moving and thought-provoking poverty simulation.
A two-week educational and cultural exchange between a delegation of Oregon school leaders and China's Xian Province is concluding this week. Pictured here at the Great Wall near Beijing...
With public schools in Oregon just over a year away from having the opportunity to implement state-funded full-day kindergarten, COSA’s first Statewide Full-day Kindergarten Summit is set for Friday, May 2, at the Red Lion Hotel in Salem.
Two-day Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Regional Trainings are scheduled in five locations around Oregon in April and May. Math, reading and writing trainings will be offered for Grades K-2 and 3-5 (day one) and Grades 6-12 (day two).
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The short session of the Oregon Legislature adjourned last Friday after 33 days of work that drew mixed reviews from lawmakers and Capitol regulars. The most common complaint was that the liberal bill introduction policy brought back legislation that failed to make the grade in the last regular session, which ended less than a year ago.


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