Latest NewsDelta Research and Educational Foundation Selects Project Director for Teacher Efficacy Program
Washington, DC - The Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) has selected Dr. Johni Cruse-Craig, a middle school teacher from Georgia, to lead the newly created educational initiative that focuses on teacher effectiveness. Dr. Cruse-Craig is a science teacher with extensive experience in leadership development, particularly in teacher efficacy.
October 01, 2014Mentoring Keys Scholarship Application Deadline
The Mentoring Keys Scholarship is a new educational opportunity offered by the Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) and is generously funded by the KeyBank Foundation. The scholarship award is open to African American students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business related disciplines at a Historically Black College and University (HBCU). The scholarship award of $5,000 will be made over a two-year period, beginning with the junior year of study through the senior year; applicants must apply during their sophomore year. A major component of the Mentoring Keys Scholarship will include a Mentoring Keys Advisory Panel to assist the scholarship awardee in achieving academic success and personal development.