Tag: Teacher Compensation

December 19, 2012


December 19th, 2012

Local News The News Journal Christina district cited in federal probe A federal investigation has found that Christina School District punished black students “more harshly and more frequently” than white students with similar discipline records. The state’s largest school district entered into an agreement with the U.S. Department of...


December 17, 2012

Policy and Practice

December 18th, 2012

Local News The News Journal Teacher rewards expand More public school educators will be eligible to receive a bonus of up to $10,000 next year because of changes to a state Department of Education program. The Delaware Talent Cooperative rewards top-performing educators who work in schools that have challenges, such as low test scores or a high...


December 12, 2012

News, Policy and Practice

December 12th, 2012

Local News DFM News DSEA president sees fiscal cliff threat to education in Delaware Frederika Jenner, President of the Delaware State Education Association, says that translates to a possible 43 million dollar hole in Delaware for a variety of programs assisting low income K-to-12 students. Jenner notes that that wouldn’t be the only facet of...


November 26, 2012


November 26th, 2012

Local News The News Journal Odyssey Charter School's plan for Del. 48 campus raises concerns Westgate Farms resident James Kennedy was happy when he learned Odyssey Charter School officials chose the historic Mundy Farm on Del. 48 in Mill Creek as the site for a new location. That was before he realized Odyssey’s plans were for a kindergarten...