Welcome to the Oregon Association of Latino Administrators
The Oregon Association of Latino Administrators was formed in April 2002 as an attempt to create a vehicle to support and mentor Latino Administrators as well Latino educators who aspire to become administrators in the State of Oregon. A small group of dedicated administrators from the Portland Metropolitan area met in Hillsboro and began the task of developing the Vision, Mission, goals and bylaws for the group. Click to read more
Winter Conference Theme for 2018
Narratives of Resilience: Through Strength We Rise
How do Latinx educational leaders do it? How do we influence positive academic and social emotional outcomes for students? How do we inspire teachers to do the same? How do we all thrive and flourish amidst social and political times filled with uncertainty, vulnerability and pain? This year’s OALA Winter Conference will ponder these questions by exploring asset-based narratives of resilience, success and achievement for Latinx educational leaders. You do not want to miss out on listening to these compelling stories!
Winter Conference 2018 Registration
1. To promote Latino educators into leadership positions.
2. To ensure educational equity for all students especially those of Latino heritage.
3. To advocate at the federal, state, and local level for equitable educational policies impacting Latino students.
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OALA is committed to creating partnerships with corporate sponsors who share our vision. Partnership with our association would offer opportunities for advertising, presenting, and visibility among our members and additional school leaders.
We invite you to consider the opportunities offered when becoming an OALA partner.