The Common Thread is People: Q&A With Luke Rhine, Director of Career & Technical Education & STEM Initiatives at the Delaware Dept. of Education

Luke Rhine, Delaware’s Director of Career & Technical Education and STEM Initiatives, has had an interesting career, serving as a teacher in New Jersey and Maryland Public Schools, as well as in State Departments of Education in Maryland and now

Q&A With Writer Alexandra Alessandri:
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in
Literature & Language Arts Education

Alexandra Alessandri is the award-winning author of Feliz New Year, Ava Gabriela! (Albert Whitman & Company) and Isabel and Her Colores go to School (Sleeping Bear Press). The daughter of Colombian immigrants, she is also a former associate professor of English, a writer for

Curriculum Associates’ CEO Rob Waldron Appointed to the Association of Test Publishers’ CEO Council

Waldron is the only U.S. education market CEO to be selected for the newly formed council. The Association of Test Publishers (ATP), the leading international organization for publishers of assessment programs, has named Curriculum Associates’ CEO Rob Waldron to its

Flexible Learning Pathways for Every Student:
Q&A With Mitch Slater, CEO of Levered Learning

Mitch Slater was a classroom teacher and site administrator for 20 years before starting Levered. Mitch spent his teaching career focused on developing curricula and instructional strategies to more effectively support and challenge the diverse learners in his own classroom.