Tag: Education Philanthropy

September 20, 2012

News, Policy and Practice

September 20th, 2012

National News Chronicle of Higher Education Coursera announces big expansion, adding 17 universities   Coursera, an upstart provider of free online courses, announced 17 new college partners, nearly doubling the number that have agreed to use the company's platform to offer MOOC's, or massive open online courses. The new partners include...


Voting Ends Today!

News, Policy and Practice

September 14th, 2012

After an incredible effort by both the finalists and our staff, several different editorials and great news coverage, and a truly inspiring upswell of community engagement, today is the last day of voting for the iEducate Delaware finalists. The website has seen an incredible amount of traffic, and Facebook and Twitter have been abuzz with...


Be a Part of Recognizing the Unsung Heroes of Education


September 4th, 2012

This blog post was originally published on Town Square Delaware. As a new school year gets underway, it is a great time to highlight the work being done to help children reach their potential. You can be a part of helping to recognize individuals who are making positive contributions throughout our state! iEducate Delaware is an initiative of...


My Trip to Finland- Off to a Good Start

Early Childhood Education, News

August 21st, 2012

Our team of five Delawareans arrived in Helsinki without a hitch on Sunday evening.  Our group is Dr. Lynn Okagaki, Dean of the College of Education and Human Development - University of Delaware; Dr. Shawn Joseph, Superintendent – Seaford School District; Susan Haberstroh, Ed.D., Education Associate, Legislative Liaison & Regulation Review...