The Delaware Department of Education Field Agent participates in all Child Development Watch (CDW) activities including but not limited to referral, assessment, triage, case review, team meeting, orientation and training of new staff, consultation, service coordination and transition to Part B (Birth Mandate and School District) programs. The DOE Field Agent will devote half-time to service coordination/case management activities and half-time to liaison activities between the Part C Program (CDW) and Part B (DOE) Programs in Kent and Sussex counties.
The scope of work requires significant coordination and collaboration both within the Department of Education and Division of Public Health’s Child Development Watch office, across other state Departments, public and private organizations, early learning programs, and with district and school personnel.
This Education Associate role within the Teacher & Leader Effectiveness Branch is designed to attract results-driven, motivated, detail-oriented individuals who are seeking to accelerate Delaware’s efforts to fully deliver on the statewide education agenda. The role would report primarily to the Associate Secretary of the TLEB and drive the continuous improvement of educator evaluation, professional development, and talent management and leadership systems statewide. This includes overseeing the state’s educator evaluation system policy framework, statewide Credentialed Observer/Credentialing policy and implementation, and Delaware’s alternative educator evaluation systems.
The TLEB is a collaborative team of dedicated professionals working to create a supportive environment for all educators across the state while elevating the education profession as a whole. The important role that educator evaluation plays in our school leaders’ craft, our educators’ careers and, ultimately, in our students’ lives cannot be understated. The TLEU believes that the system is stronger when surrounded by strong credentialing processes, comprehensive educator induction, individualized professional learning, and meaningful career ladders. The Education Associate works with a cross-branch team, manages multiple key external relationships, collaborates with districts and charters, and drives ongoing training.
This Educator Associate role within the Teacher & Leader Effectiveness Branch is designed to attract data-savvy individuals who are interested in using their skills to deliver on the department’s “Excellent Educators for All” Plan. The position reports directly to the Branch Associate Secretary and manages a small team that provides analytic support and programmatic leads. This includes producing data briefs and reports that drive continuous statewide improvement of educator preparation, recruitment/selection, licensure/certification, mentoring/induction, educator evaluation, professional development, school leadership and overall approach to the educator career life cycle. Strong candidates for this position should have experience influencing and collaborating with education leaders, teachers, and principals. Candidates should have experience leading a team of professionals.
The Education Associate for Secondary Mathematics will provide leadership in the implementation of standards-based curriculum, instruction, and professional development in mathematics in grades K-12 with specific emphasis at the middle and high school levels. The scope of work will require significant coordination and collaboration both within the Department of Education and with district and school personnel. This individual is a member of the Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development workgroup in the Teaching and Learning Branch of the Department.
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The Delaware Department of Education is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or Vietnam Era veteran’s status in employment or its programs and activities. For questions, please call 302-735-4030