Dover High School teacher appointed to National Education Association IDEA Resource Cadre

By Joseph Edelen
Posted 12/8/22

DOVER—Dover High School teacher Alison Lauber was appointed to the National Education Association’s IDEA Resource Cadre on Wednesday.

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Dover High School teacher appointed to National Education Association IDEA Resource Cadre

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DOVER—Dover High School teacher Alison Lauber was appointed to the National Education Association’s IDEA Resource Cadre on Wednesday.

The National Education Association IDEA Resource Cadre consists of highly experienced educational professionals from every region of the country trained to provide skills for professional development to improve academic outcomes for students.

The Resource Cadre works in collaboration with local and state affiliates as well as local, state, and national partners to address educational inequities that students with disabilities face.

Through the Resource Cadre, education professionals receive training to address behavior challenges. The group covers topics including response to intervention, teaching students with autism, providing 504 plans, positive behavioral intervention strategies and more.

Ms. Lauber serves in various roles in the Capital School District and throughout the state. For the Capital Educators Association, she serves as an executive board member, special education committee member, chairperson of the teacher retention committee and Dover High School’s building representative.

Additionally, Ms. Lauber serves as a member of the Delaware Department of Education Special Education Literacy Cohort, an executive board member of the Delaware State Educators

“Her unwavering commitment to Senator Nation is a true display of prioritizing the educational needs of our students and edifying unity through love,” said Dr. Vilicia Cade, CEO and Superintendent of the Capital School District.

“I am very adamant about helping kids…we have students who are vulnerable, and I want to be able to help society. I want to be able to do something that is helpful,” Ms. Lauber said.

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