Delaware Academy for School Leadership
DASL Leadership Learning Series
The Delaware Academy for School Leadership hosts the DASL Leadership Learning Series, featuring free networking and learning events for educational leaders.
The first in the Spring 2019 series is Leading Special Education:
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Dover, Delaware
Speaker: David F. Bateman, Ph.D.
This is a free event for educational leaders sponsored by the Delaware Academy for School Leadership. Refreshments will be served.
Register now to reserve your seat at this event!
Fran taught middle and high school social studies in Delaware for 24 years before coming to the University of Delaware where, among other roles, he now serves as Project Director for the Institute for Public Administration’s Democracy Project. He has received numerous awards including Delaware Teacher of the Year, a James Madison Fellowship and a summer Fulbright Fellowship (China). At the state level, Fran served on the commission that developed the Delaware Social Studies standards and works closely with the Department of Education to craft Delaware’s Recommended Curriculum and assessments. His initiatives include Delaware History Day, the Delaware’s Mock Trial competition, the Social Studies Coalition of Delaware, and the Delaware Law-Related Education Project. At the national level, Fran, serves as advisor for CCSSO’s Social Studies Collaborative that is working on challenges relating to the marginalization of social studies at the elementary level and civics education for the 21st Century.