Regional Educator Network
A regional network aimed at achieving high quality, well-supported, and culturally responsive public educators in every eastern Oregon classroom.
The Eastern Oregon Educator Network is an educator-led network of 25 appointed representatives from the following five counties:
What Is a REN?
In 2017, Oregon Legislature passed Senate Bill 182, which created the Educator Advancement Council (EAC), an innovative public/nonprofit partnership designed to support public educators. The EAC was charged with the task of creating “Regional Educator Networks” (REN). There are 10 REN’s in Oregon. The geographic boundaries of the Eastern Oregon REN are depicted as letter G above. The Eastern Oregon REN covers more than 1/3 of the State of Oregon and is comprised of 40 member districts across its five county region.