Place: Oregon

Tribal History/Shared History Exemplary Practices

Two Tribal History/Shared History exemplary practice guides have been developed to support educators and professional development providers. Both guides are based on listening, interviews, and surveys with educators and practicioners throughout Oregon...

Pursuing Data Justice: Developing the Conditions to Change Practice

This blog details the steps the Oregon Department of Education took to get started on their data justice journey. We identified two key recommendations for improving policies and processes around data collection, analysis, and disaggregation...

Lessons Learned: Revising Materials to Support Meaningful Consultation in Oregon

Revising Materials to Support Meaningful Consultation in Oregon distills three key recommendations for agencies planning to develop Tribal consultation materials...

A Toolkit for Tribal Consultation

This toolkit is designed for local education agencies (LEAs) and the nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon. It is rooted in the belief that the voices of the nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon are critical to improving outcomes and creating safe and welcoming...

Advancing Equity Through Data Justice

This blog analyzes the results of qualitative data from interviews with staff across the Oregon Department of Education. We identified four key recommendations for moving toward data justice at state education agencies...

How a Toolkit Can Contribute to Change

This resource shares tips from expert toolkit developer Jenni Kotting, PhD, a communications strategist who believes in narrative shift as a brace for systemic change. Kotting identifies four key strategies for developing a successful toolkit...

Racial Equity Toolkit

The Communicating About Racial Equity in a Charged Environment toolkit provides approaches, worksheets, and communications strategies designed to move conversations from opposition to mutual support. The toolkit includes...

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