Catching Up With Friends
Jenna Albi, ETE ’15, is a special education teacher at Hardy Williams Mastery Charter School, a Title 1 school in Philadelphia. She was recently awarded two gifts on the Ellen DeGeneres show.
Brian Reece, M ’10, published a book related to job searching and hiring practices in higher education called Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Higher Education and Student Affairs. The book features contributions from a number of scholars and practitioners interrogating hiring practices in higher education through a social justice lens.
Dorrell Green, M ’04 was named superintendent of Red Clay School District, the largest school district in Delaware.
Joseph Jones, Ph.D. in Education ’07, published a book for school leaders on how candid conversations can improve schools. The book, Candid and Compassionate Feedback: Transforming Everyday Practice in Schools, was co-authored with fellow UD graduate, T.J. Vari.
Lindsay Bank Warsaw, ETE ’08, is teaching at PS/MS 206 in East Harlem, NY, along with four other UD alumni!
Deborah Bieler, BA, M‘97, is a faculty member in UD’s Department of English and is affiliated with the Sociocultural and Community-Based Approaches to Research and Education specialization in the School of Education. Her new book, The Power of Teacher Talk, is available through Teachers College Press.