October 26, 2012
The News Journal
Delaware to honor 28 educators with $10,000 bonus
The Delaware Department of Education will award 28 educators with a $10,000 bonus as the first round of the state’s effort to pay more to certain teachers rated highly on annual performance evaluations.
Sign of progress
Capital School District invited the public to leave its mark Wednesday on the new Dover High School building taking shape west of the city.
Teacher of Year John Sell inspires peers, students
Sussex Tech English teacher sings poetry to help his students understand the rhythm of the words.
Adaptive Testing Evolves to Assess Common-Core Skills
As many states move to put in place online testing by the 2014-15 school year, at least 20 have indicated they plan to use new computer-adaptive versions of the tests.
Evaluating What Works in Blended Learning
Blended learning—the mix of virtual education and face-to-face instruction—is evolving quickly in schools across the country, generating a variety of different models. This special Education Week report examines several of those approaches and aims to identify what is working and where improvements are needed.
- Thanks Luke! Delaware’s Heralded CTE Director Joins Biden-Harris Administration
- What can Delaware learn from CNBC’s State Rankings for Business?
- We Knew State and National Test Scores Would Drop. Now Let’s Get to Work.
- Supporting Delaware’s Students in the Wake of COVID
- Parent Advocacy Leads to New, More Accessible Online Kindergarten Registration System