Delsa Chapman

Deputy Superintendent, Division of Educator, Student, and School Supports

Dr. Delsa Chapman serves as deputy superintendent of educator, student, and school supports at the Michigan Department of Education. She has nearly 30 years of experience in education, all served with the Lansing School District. Dr. Chapman’s past educational work experiences include central administration appointments as deputy superintendent of the instructional, division, associate superintendent for student learning, and director of high schools and magnet programs. Prior to central office administration, Dr. Chapman served as a STEM elementary and secondary principal. As an early educator, Dr. Chapman taught high school science and became enthusiastically involved in comprehensive school reform, professional development, and student-centered thematic instruction. Dr. Chapman is a Michigan State University Education Policy Fellowship Program alumnus. She is credentialed with a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree from Michigan State University.

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Day 2
January 19, 2023
1:45 pm

Accelerated Learning: An Inclusive Systems Approach

19 January
Time:  1:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Location:  Prairies V (Lower Level)

The pandemic and the unplanned shift to remote learning have widened the learning gap for many students in our state. Accelerated learning keeps students moving forward on their intended grade-level trajectories by strategically preparing them for success in current grade-level content. This session will highlight administrator supports for accelerated learning and how districts need to plan to systematically support accelerated learning efforts.

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