Tag: teacher pathways

Delaware Looks to Build on Success Strengthening its Educator Workforce

Educator Support and Development

March 20th, 2024

Delaware continues to launch strategies to further strengthen its educator workforce—from increased pay recommended in the next budget cycle—to a handful of new bills introduced in Legislative Hall this session. Like the rest of the country, Delaware has fewer teachers in its pipeline than in generations past, punctuated by declines...


October 24, 2012

News, Policy and Practice

October 24th, 2012

Local News The News Journal State honors its top teacher Known for his innovative approach to connecting with parents and students, Sussex Technical School District English teacher John Sell was named the 2013 state teacher of the year. He said collaborative meeting time with his fellow teachers lets him borrow great ideas of other educators. Sell...


Daily Education News- 10/15/12

News, Policy and Practice

October 12th, 2012

Local News The News Journal World-class schools are here - in Delaware An op-ed by Paul Herdman The day-to-day classroom teaching we saw from Helsinki to Singapore didn't look a lot different from what I've seen in strong schools from Indian River to Red Clay. The difference is that they systematically took what worked and then made it the norm. I...


October 9, 2012

Early Childhood Education, Policy and Practice

October 9th, 2012

Local News Delaware Department of Education Federal funds available for meals served in day care settings Federal funds are available to help child and adult day care providers in Delaware serve nutritious, healthy meals to children and adults in their facilities. Started in 1968, the Child and Adult Care Food Program provided reimbursement for...