Educators can learn about education support from a variety of sources. Some of these resources are in-person at a conference or other event, while others can be found online. These sources may include education support blogs and websites. They can also be found in print in publications such as the National School Board Association’s Education Resource Manual. Some of these sources are also available as downloadable eBooks. The articles on these sites offer information on topics such as education support, special education, and classroom management.
Governor Bob Wise
Throughout his career, Governor Bob Wise has been one of the strongest voices in the education community. He has worked to improve education opportunities for all students. He has also been a leading advocate for the Common Core State Standards.
He has also been instrumental in helping school districts plan for the use of technology. He is credited with the founding of the Future Ready Schools program. This program helps school districts prepare their students for success in high school and college. It has been implemented in more than 1,900 school districts across the country. Its mission is to help school districts quickly transition from teaching in traditional classrooms to preparing students for college and careers.
He has also been a leader in developing property tax reform initiatives in West Virginia. He helped establish the group West Virginians for a Fair and Equitable Assessment of Taxes.
MSEA Education Support Professional (ESP) of the Year Award
ESPs are known for their care, kindness, and commitment to students. These professionals are known for their role in improving the learning environment and creating a better work environment for teachers. Education Support Professionals are often the lowest paid staff members in local education agencies. These professionals are often willing to take on volunteer positions.
There are several different organizations that give recognition to Education Support Professionals. The National Education Association (NEA) offers the ESP of the Year Award. This award is sponsored by the NEA Member Benefits Department and honors an ESP for outstanding achievements. Applicants must explain how they are enhancing the image of ESPs and implementing their personal goals.
The Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) is the state’s teacher union and has a strong presence in Annapolis. The MSEA also hosts an annual Minority Leadership Training Program. This training program is designed to help new members become more aware of the important roles they play in their community. Specifically, this program identifies the different decision-making styles of different people and helps new members understand their commitment to social justice.
Founder of the National Public Education Support Fund and the Global Science of Learning Education Network, Dan Leeds has made a significant contribution to public engagement in education. He is also the co-founder of the Enfranchisement Foundation and has co-chaired the PBS Foundation Board. Amongst other achievements, Dan Leeds has been a key player in launching several OECD global education assessments.
A key feature of Dan’s work is his promotion of a more inclusive education system. He has a particular interest in improving the health and well-being of teachers and other educators. He is also the proud father of two.
Dan has also published four books with Routledge, including a series of books on the representations of race in television sitcoms. He is also the co-founder of a series of sport and discrimination conferences. He is a member of the PBS Foundation Board and the National Commission for Teaching and America’s Future.
Among the many things that Jennifer Cleghorn has wowed us with is her commitment to a healthier, happier, and more productive workforce. In a recent interview, she shared her thoughts on a more rounded education system and how she intends to bring more of the good stuff to her new school.
Although Cleghorn has been a fixture in Pennsylvania’s public education system for some time, her new school will bring a welcome change of pace. Previously, she has been a special assistant in the state’s Department of Education and has served in a variety of district leadership roles in the Denison-Schleswig Community School District. In addition to her responsibilities as principal of Mapleton Elementary, she will also oversee curriculum, curriculum standards, and district-wide instructional technology initiatives.
ACS Office of Education Support and Policy Planning
ACS’s Office of Education Support and Policy Planning provides information to parents about applying for kindergarten, middle schools, and high schools. It also helps families who are in need of transfer schools. It also provides assistance with federal Head Start grants and state prekindergarten funds. The office has launched discussions on how to develop collaborative approaches to school reform and charter schools.
ACS also established an LGBTQAI+ Action Plan to strengthen LGBTQAI+ youth in foster care. The plan includes expanding the recruitment of foster parents and revising staff training. The Office also created a dedicated LGBTQAI+ committee to work on policy. ACS will also continue to address racial disproportionality in the juvenile justice system.
EarlyLearn NYC, an initiative that was launched in 2010, encompasses all contracted family child care, city-affiliated Head Start programs, and city-affiliated center-based child care. It also requires providers to provide additional services. The program has been successful in boosting spending per child and compensation for providers.