Helen Keller Fellows
Extending a Legacy: Training Personnel to Serve School Age Children in Low Incidence Disabilities through the Development of Helen Keller Fellows
Creeks and Kids
This 4-day site-based workshop helps participants acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence to use their local streams and watersheds as learning sites.
Oregon Child Development Coalition
This project provides scholarship support for OCDC Migrant Head Start staff which allows them to attend programs of study to assist in meeting federal Head Start teacher standards.
ReadOregon: Collaborative for the Improvement of Literacy
Five Oregon public universities (Eastern Oregon University, Oregon State University, Portland State University, Southern Oregon University, and Western Oregon University) collaboratively offer an approved, online graduate-level literacy program.
Project SITE (Students Involved with Their Environment) is an EPA-funded grant that supports environmental stewardship through inquiry based service learning projects for middle and high school students in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Project LUISA (Language Understanding to Improve Student Achievement) is a partnership among Western Oregon University, Central and Woodburn School Districts. The project offers ESOL endorsement coursework and professional development activities related to contextualizing ELD instruction.
Project SPELL (Sustainable Practices for English Language Learners) is a Federal grant awarded to Western Oregon University with the focus on ESOL endorsements, coaching, and professional learning communities.
Annual RFP and grant competition for University/School professional development projects funded by Title II-A.