Great Public Schools

Ready, Set, Grow!

Oregon’s educators are deeply committed to helping all students achieve and reach their fullest potential. OEA is committed to establishing OEA members as the driving force for education and professional excellence, quality teaching and learning, and innovation throughout schools and classrooms in the state. High-quality professional learning helps educators improve how they support students, is rooted in collaboration between educators, and is relevant to the work educators do each and every day. OEA offers a wide range of learning opportunities for members to increase their knowledge and skills across a variety of content areas. OEA offers these opportunities to active members as a benefit of your union membership. Questions? Email

There are many ways to get started with OEA professional learning:

  • Explore the content areas below. Click each one for information and opportunities.
  • View the full OEA professional learning events calendar
  • Download the current professional learning flyer
  • Access OEA webinar recordings and slides. Log into, click on "Groups", and do a search for Grow OEA. If you don't already have a profile and login, it only takes a minute to create one.
  • Engage in self-directed learning with NEA micro-credentials. Recommended micro-credentials for completing when school is out of session as well as micro-credentials for supporting online learning can be found here.

In response to educators’ concerns about safe, welcoming, and inclusive schools (summarized in the report, A Crisis of Disrupted Learning), OEA provides professional learning to support educators in creating school and classroom environments that are safe and successful for both students and educators.

OEA professional learning opportunities and resources to support you in delivering distance learning during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) professional learning aims to reduce disparities in our classrooms and schools as well as advance equity in the profession.

These opportunities provide National Board candidates with important information about the certification process and give educators an understanding of the 5 Core Propositions that were developed by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

Quality classroom assessment practices renew a focus on day-to-day, minute-by-minute learning that improves student outcomes.

OEA offers professional learning on a variety of additional topics to support our members.

Contact Us

Oregon Education Association

Center for Great Public Schools
6900 SW Atlanta St.
Portland, OR 97223