Tag: Teacher Compensation

November 19, 2012


November 19th, 2012

Local News DDOE Delaware taking applications for state nominations for federal Green Ribbon Schools award Delaware Secretary of Education Mark Murphy invites public and private K-12 schools to apply to be a state nominee for the U.S. Department of Education's Green Ribbon Schools award. The program – now in its second year -- recognizes schools...


November 8, 2012


November 8th, 2012

National News San Francisco Chronicle Prop. 30 wins, Prop. 38 flames out California will avoid deep spending cuts—nearly $6 billion—to public schools and universities after voters handed Governor Jerry Brown's signature tax measure a decisive victory. Proposition 30 will raise the sales tax by one penny for every $4 spent for four years, while...


November 1, 2012

News, Policy and Practice

November 1st, 2012

Local News The News Journal Class Notes: Six new principals accepted by Delaware Leadership Project The Delaware Leadership Project accepted six new aspiring principals in the second wave of the program. Recruitment for the third group begins Nov. 1. The project is a full-time, 14-month training program for aspiring school leaders. It is part of...


October 31, 2012

Early Childhood Education, News, Policy and Practice

October 31st, 2012

Local News DDOE 28 top educators earn $10,000 incentives to continue driving student achievement in state's highest-need schools The Delaware Department of Education has named 28 educators who each have earned formal recognition and a $10,000 "retention incentive" as part of the first cohort of the state's Talent Retention initiative. The...