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Effective July 1, 2015, all Oregon teaching licenses are now valid for grades PK-12 within the scope of the NCES course codes assigned to the endorsements held on the license. (OAR 584-300-0170 #2)
Matt Utterback, superintendent of the North Clackamas School District, is being hailed as the best in the state.
Sharon Chinn, Director of Educational Career, Licensing, and Accreditation Services, recognized by OWHESharon Chinn is the director of Educational Career, Licensing, and Accreditation Services and the Commencement Coordinator at the Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Lewis & Clark College. With 25-years in the field, Sharon brings to her work decades of experience networking, advocating, and supporting students, faculty, and staff as they grow in their professions.
Lake Oswego School District announced Wednesday that it has filled the open assistant principal slots at its two junior high schools.
Wilk’s nine-month Assistantship will take her to La Rioja, Spain, an autonomous community and province, where she will be studying the process of second language acquisition.