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Policy Associate, Rodel Foundation of Delaware
The Rodel Foundation of Delaware is seeking a capable and diligent policy associate to join the team. The primary role of the position is to provide support for Rodel and outside partners’ projects, events, and communications. Work will involve education issues areas such as teacher leadership; personalized and student-centered learning; and other high priority areas such as early learning and college and career readiness. The Foundation offers competitive salary and is an equal opportunity employer.
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Executive Director, State Board of Education , Delaware Department of Education
The State Board of Education (SBE) Executive Director supports the Delaware State Board of Education to ensure its effective and independent functioning in fulfillment of its statutory and administrative responsibilities. The SBE Executive Director serves as a point of contact for the State Board regarding matters specific to the State Board. Working collaboratively with the Board members and various constituent groups is critical to being effective in this role. The Executive Director is selected and evaluated by the Department of Education in collaboration with the SBE and consistent with the department’s Human Resources procedures and policies.
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Field Agent, English Learners, Delaware Department of Education
The Field Agent, English Learners is a full-time position in the Title Programs & Grant Support Workgroup. Major responsibilities include the on-site assistance of implementing supports for English learners across the state in accordance with federal regulation and Delaware’s English Learner Strategic Plan. Statewide travel is required.
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Education Associate, Charter School Office, Delaware Department of Education
The Department of Education is conducting a search for an exceptional leader capable of building Delaware into one of the leading charter school systems in the nation. The proven leader should be dedicated to the idea that charters can and should play a fundamental role in driving innovation, expanding opportunity, and pressuring a public education system toward excellence. As an Education Associate for the Charter School Office, the work will be to ensure that the office creates an environment in Delaware that is conducive to a high-performing charter system. The education associate will lead an effort at the state-level to ensure that our laws, regulations, practices and policies reflect best practice nationally, and create an environment that attracts, supports and sustains high performing charters while holding them accountable for results.
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Tyler’s Camp Dean of Students, SummerCollab
The Dean of Students works with campsites during the summertime to support camper behavior throughout the program day and will primarily work with Tier III behaviors (behaviors that do not align with the camp’s code of conduct and impact learning). By facilitating individual and small group interventions for these behaviors, the Dean will provide campers with the coping strategies necessary to maneuver the program day successfully. The Dean is responsible for tracking the progress of students in the intervention program, and making data-based decisions about appropriate next steps for students.
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Teacher Counselors, SummerCollab
Teacher Counselors will receive training on curriculum, classroom best practices and behavior management techniques prior to the start of summer. This training aims to equip Teacher Counselors with hands-on encounters with the curriculum, as well as behavior management simulations to prepare them for real classroom situations. Through this fellowship, Teacher Counselors will develop the strategies and skills necessary to effectively manage a classroom of students in the summer months and beyond.
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Strive Facilitator, SummerCollab
Strive Facilitators will attend a three day training run by Strive leadership in Wilmington. This training will equip Facilitators to effectively deliver curriculum and create an intentional culture of achievement. Strive believes “How You Lead Matters,” and its leaders are dedicated to spreading the power of character-driver leadership. STRIVE partners with young people and adults across the United States to develop character leaders and build unique, conscious cultures.
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Behavior Dean, SummerCollab
The Behavior Dean supports and assists the overall behavior management system at a member site. Behavior Deans proactively address behavior concerns, manage interruptive behavior, troubleshoot behavioral causes, and provide feedback to staff for best behavior management practices on a camper-by-camper basis. The Behavior Dean will support Teacher Counselors in the program space, when warranted, to help lessons or recreational programming continue, and subsequently run short-term behavior interventions.
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Program Dean, SummerCollab
The Program Dean is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations at a specific site. The Program Dean ensures that the vision and mission set by the Camp Leader and Program Coach is executed with fidelity throughout the summer months. In order to manage this effectively, the Program Dean will work with the Camp Leader and Program Coach in the pre-season (March-June) to design systems that will drive a high quality, engaging learning environment. This will include reading and behavior systems that align to the specific needs of their camp.
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Reading Specialist, SummerCollab
The Reading Specialist executes the literacy intervention program while supervising the work of Reading Corps Members one of SummerCollab’s partner sites. The Reading Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the reading intervention program including the coordination of supplies, creation of schedules for the Reading Corps Members and supervising the execution of the reading intervention program. The Reading Specialist will track both student and Reading Corps Member progress throughout the summer, making necessary adjustments to schedules and interventions as changes arise.
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Tyler’s Camp Reading Specialist, SummerCollab
The Tyler’s Camp Reading Specialist will oversee and manage the implementation of reading program on site. They will give technology support as needed, prepare supplies, copies, and operational needs associated with executing the reading program. Additionally, the Reading Specialist will review, collect, and analyze data and overall progress of students. They will support with data collection across camp related reading, sense of self, and productive struggle as needed, as well as provide feedback to teachers and instructors as appropriate on site to support with overall academic and learning growth of kids on site.
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EXPLO Studios Instructor, SummerCollab
EXPLO Studios Instructors will attend a three day training run by EXPLO Studios here in Wilmington. EXPLO is a national leader in student engagement based out of Norwood, Massachusetts. It is an organization with a dynamic global community of students and faculty that promotes creativity, engagement and intellectual daring. Tyler’s Camp EXPLO Studios instructors will learn about EXPLO’s curricular approach, gaining access to their world – class teacher training – which seeks to enhance creativity and engagement in classrooms.
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Academic Director, First State Squash
First State Squash seeks a dynamic full-time Academic Director to begin December 2017. The Academic Director will supervise daily tutoring sessions, develop and implement suitable enrichment material, manage classroom space and initiate and maintain professional relationships with student teachers, principals and parents. Over the course of the year, the Academic Director will run the after-school tutoring sessions starting with students in 6 th -8 th grades. As the program grows, the Academic Director will be responsible for new grade levels. As a member of the program team, the Academic Director will collaborate with other program staff to ensure a fully integrated approach to First State Squash’s academic, sport, and character development programs and will report to the Executive Director.
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School Nurse, Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia Antonia Alonso is seeking high-energy, visionary, and dynamic school nurse to join their staff. The school nurse will be responsible for providing health care and administers prescribed medications for the school, keeping accurate health records on all students, and supervising compliance with immunizations and communicable disease regulations.
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Janitor – Part Time, Academia Antonia Alonso
The person who will assume the position of school janitor is accepting a very important role in the functioning of our school. The school janitor will be responsible for the cleaning and care of our school while creating a safe and positive environment for our staff and students.
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Paraprofessional – Elementary Education, Academia Antonia Alonso
La Academia Antonia Alonso is seeking high-energy, visionary, and dynamic paraprofessional to join their staff. The paraprofessional will  be responsible for collaborating with the teacher in the planning and development of activities, working with students in a variety of grouping structures including individual, small group, or total group settings as prescribed by instructional programs, and using initiative and common sense to solve problems.
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Operations Manager, Academia Antonia Alonso
This position is responsible for supporting the School Leader in managing all aspects of school operations. This work includes budget and finance, information technology support, child nutrition management, transportation management, and facilities management. This position will work in collaboration with the School Leader and charter school finance specialists.
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Delaware is an exceptional state in search of exceptional teachers and leaders. The state is at the forefront of cutting-edge education reform and uniquely positioned to be a model for the nation. Education stakeholders are committed to transforming Delaware into the best education system in the country, and we need world-class teachers and leaders to pull it off. To learn more about teaching and leading opportunities within Delaware schools, please visit

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