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Grow Your Own: Building an Outreach Teacher Education Program in Rural Oregon

By: Holly Hill, Director of Human Resources, Douglas Educational Services District; Dr. Mindie Dieu, Assistant Professor, Eugene Campus Director, Pacific University; Dr. Karren Timmermans, Professor, Douglas County Program Coordinator,...

Cooperative Leads the Way with Alternative Teacher Preparation and Micro-Credentialing

Lakes Country Service Cooperative in Minnesota leads the way with alternative teacher preparation and micro-credentialing. By Troy Haugen, Director of Career and College Readiness, Lakes Country Service Cooperative with support by ...

Reform Processes that Consider the Local, Rural Context

By Thomas A. Butler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8, Altoona, PA Editor’s Note: This Perspectives article is part of a series. Please also read the related research article Getting Better Together:...

Moving Beyond NCLB: Creating Education Imagineers

By Thomas A. Butler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8, Altoona, PA Editor’s Note: This Perspectives article is part of a series. Please also read the related research article Getting Better Together:...

Finding Innovations in Rural School Districts; 3 “Es” the ESA Can Do

Editor's Note: This Perspectives article is part of a series dedicated to rural schools. Please also read the related research article Getting Better Together: Innovations for Rural Learners and Communities, By Thomas A. Butler,...

Getting Better Together: Innovations for Rural Learners and Communities

Citation:  Harmon, H. L., & Butler, T. A. (2019).  Getting better together: Innovations for rural learners and communities.  Perspectives: A Journal of Research and Practice of Educational Service Agencies, Volume...

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