- Oregon School Report Cards
(*) Annual report cards for individual schools and districts in Oregon.
- Oregon Department of Education
(*) This official site for the Oregon Department of Education contains information for students, parents, teachers, administrators, and reporters. Find links to topics such as education standards, reports, services, and more.
- U.S. Department of Education
(*) This is a one-stop site for a ton of information about education in the United States. Find info about education policies, legislation, news, research, statistics, financial aid, and resources for educators.
- Oregon Home Education Network
This non-profit organization's site shares information about events, resources, research, and news about homeschooling youth in Oregon.
- Oregon University System
This site serves as a hub for information about all of Oregon's state universities in one spot.
- Oregon Community Colleges
This government site contains a lot of information about Oregon's community colleges, including a state-wide school directory.
- GED Oregon
Oregonians preparing to take the GED exam can find information here about exam content, tester eligibility, testing centers, a frequently asked questions about the GED, and links to additional resources.
- Oregon General Educational Development (GED)
This State of Oregon site provides information about earning your GED. Resources include GED study program information, GED testing locations, and links to sites for obtaining GED transcripts.
- Oregon Educator Licensure Assessments
Oregonians who need to take tests for becoming teachers can find test information and prep materials, register for tests, and get their results through this site.
- Teacher Standards and Practices Commission | TSPC
This government site provides extensive information, resources, and forms pertaining to teacher standards, practices, and licensure for the State of Oregon.
- Oregon Student Assistance Commission
Oregon students and adult learners can find links to a number of grants, scholarships, and other sources of financial aid at this site. Some materials are available in Spanish.
- College Board
Middle, high school, and college students will all find resources here to prepare them for the next steps in their education. The College Board site provides test prep materials for AP and SAT exams, among others, plus information about entering college.
- National Center for Education Statistics
This government site provides a wide variety of statistics and information about US schools, school districts, colleges, and libraries. Find social, geographic, and economic demographics for schools across the nation.
- National Association for the Education of Young Children
Find numerous resources here about early childhood education and development. Memberships are available for full access to publications, conferences, policy, and more.
This site is all about becoming a teacher - why to become a teacher, how to do it, and what it's like to teach.
An interactive government site aimed at preparing youth to attend college. This site is available in Spanish and English, plus there are links to information for parents/family and teachers/counselors, as well as students.
- Student Aid on the Web
Here, find resources about preparing for education after high school. Topics covered include finding a school, applying, different types of financial aid, and loan information. Site is available in Spanish.
- FAFSA | Federal Student Aid
Apply for federal student financial aid for free through this official site. Find answers to your questions, school codes, and FAFSA filing options. Information is available in English and Spanish.
The Oregon Digital Library is a joint initiative by the Oregon State University Library and the State Library of Oregon that seeks to provide a comprehensive search portal for digital collections in Oregon.
The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) is an initiative by the University of Oregon to digitize historic newspaper content and make it available to the public.
Learn to research.
Research to learn.
For print-disabled Oregonians: Digital talking books and more from the Oregon State Library