Mark D’Alessio

Guest Blogger

Manager of Communications, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce

Washington, D.C.

Mark D’Alessio is Manager of Communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce. In this position, D’Alessio manages all aspects of the program’s communications, including the website, blog, social media, marketing, internal communications, and strategy to promote the Center’s initiatives.

Born and raised in New Jersey, D’Alessio received a B.A in government and international politics from George Mason University.

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Posted Oct. 16, 2015

It’s Not 1985 Anymore, Classroom Learning Is Due for an Upgrade

Let’s say you could hop in a time machine and travel back 30 years to see what the job market…

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Posted Feb. 26, 2015

Our Schools Need to Prepare Students for Their Journey

This is a critical time for America’s schools and our students. As employers, parents, and community members, we can all…

By Mark D’Alessio

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Posted Jan. 14, 2015

Standardized Testing Is as Important as Visiting the Doctor

Mark D’Alessio is Manager of communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce. A regular…

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Posted Aug. 15, 2017

Everyone Is Entitled to an Opinion on Charter Schools But Parents Deserve the Final Say

Over the last year we’ve seen the NAACP come out forcefully against charter schools. We’ve seen the Trump administration support choice in ways that have…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Aug. 15, 2017

Every Book You Teach Is a Political Choice. Make It a Step Towards Social Justice.

At NNSTOY’s (National Network of State Teachers of the Year) conference last July, civil rights educator Sharif El-Mekki delivered a moving presentation that ended with…

By Topher Kandik

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Posted Aug. 14, 2017

Sure, You Hate Trump, But Can You Tell Your Students That?

Is it OK to hate the president? Yes. Is it OK to hate the president from the front of the classroom? That’s harder. As teachers…

By Tom Rademacher

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