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Resa average salary is $72,925, median salary is $72,925 with a salary range from $72,925 to $72,925.
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Electronic Engineer 72,925-72,925 Jupiter, FL, 33458 2010 Resa Electronic Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • School Effectiveness Specialist
    Experience at the district or state or RESA level in school improvement. Under the direction of the Lead School Effectiveness Specialist, the School...
  • STEM/STEAM Education Program Specialist
    Under limited supervision, provides leadership and support for communication, revision, resource development, and implementation of the statewide K-12 STEM
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  • RESA
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Dunbar, VA
  • RESA's bilingual program began as a federally sanctioned experiment that has evolved into a locally operated program directly serving limited English speaking K-12 students in 24 districts across the county. The remaining districts either have their own program or have no LEP students. 1980-1982: Federal Title VII funds began a joint venture between Wayne State University and Wayne County ISD. This teacher education program provided both a training ground for non-certified school personnel and direct tutorial service to limited English proficient (LEP) students in a few Wayne County school districts. 1982-1992: State of Michigan section 41 funding enhanced federal money...