Kappa Delta Pi’s Public Policy efforts are advanced through the work of the Public Policy Committee, whose role is to create a forum to communicate and exchange educational policy issues that advance the field of education in a reflective manner in order to sustain professional opportunities, advancement, and growth for educators, and success for students.
Educational policy issues are presented in a reflective manner.
- Issue No. 1: Teacher Evaluation
- Issue No. 2: Common Core Standards
- Issue No. 3: Technology and Learning
Public Policy Briefs
Make Your Voice Heard
Use these resources to guide your advocacy efforts.
NNSTOY-Engaged: Educators and the Policy Process
Views and News
Access the latest opinions and happenings in education policy.
- Webinar: A Powerful Voice in Critical Times
- Webinar: Effective Advocacy: 5 Steps to Sharing Your Expertise with Decision Makers
- Webinar: Classroom to the DOE: Have a Voice
- Podcast: Educators as Political Leaders: From Awareness to Action
- An Overview of the Law and Its History (Dr. Nathan Bond)
- Teacher Evaluation Policies (Dr. Curtis Mason)
- School Discipline, Student Safety, and Bullying Prevention (Dr. Matthew Ohlson)
- Professional Development in Impoverished School Systems (Dr. Keisha McCoy-Wilson)
- School Leadership Interventions (Dr. Gary Miller)
- Students With Disabilities (Dr. Clinton Smith)
- Homeless Students (Dr. Amy Stich)
- Deeper Learning, Personalized Learning (Dr. John Helgeson)
- Early Childhood Education (Dr. Caroline Courter)
|Evan Stone, Co-Founder & Co-CEO for Educators 4 Excellence, presents “Grassroots Advocacy” at Convocation 2015. Practice setting goals and agendas for lobbying meetings, develop a personal story to make a political point, and understand how to use group power when meeting with policy makers.|