Upcoming Events

Next Meeting: Wednesday, March 19th, 6:30- 8 p.m.

Location TBA

We will be solidifying our work groups, getting updates on current projects, and continuing February’s energizing and thought-provoking discussion. Tell your friends, bring a co-worker!

Please sign up below if you would like to be added to our mailing list and kept abreast of events and project work.


Early Childhood Educator Forum

Wednesday, February 12, 6:30-8 p.m. at Wild Lilac Child Development Community

How does systemic change in the compensation and social valuation of ECE teachers and administrators begin? What tools do we have to effect change? What can we learn from recent moments of acknowledgment and appreciation in our schools? Join us for a conversation about successful advocacy strategies and how we can use structures already in place to make our work visible.

We will have an update on current projects, discuss concrete actions that teachers can take, and make an action plan for the next months.

Please spread the word to interested educators and families.

This event will be held at Wild Lilac Child Development Community at 3829 SE 74th Ave, Portland, OR 97206.

Please fill out the form if you would like us to contact you with invitations and more information on the Project.


Early Childhood Educator Forum

Wednesday, October 30th at Trillium Charter School

You’re invited to an evening of conversation and brainstorming on the topic of Making Teaching Visible. This forum will focus on hearing the ideas of early childhood educators, but all are welcome. Let’s put our heads together.

Where:  Trillium Preschool @ Trillium Charter School, 5420 N. Interstate Ave, 97217

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Light snacks will be provided. Please feel free to bring snacks or beverages to share.

This conversation will be facilitated by Carmen Ellis of the The Visible Teaching Project and Stephen Karmol of the Wild Lilac Child Development Community. We are currently gathering ideas and direction for the Visible Teaching Project and are seeking community input.


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