About Relay Delaware
HIGH-NEEDS SUBJECT AREAS
Dean Christine Eisenhauer
As founding dean of Relay Delaware, Christine Eisenhauer oversees all aspects of teacher preparation in the First State. Prior to joining Relay, Eisenhauer served as the managing director of academics at KIPP Philadelphia Schools, where she worked with regional and school-based teams to create effective network-wide systems for curricular alignment. Before joining KIPP, Eisenhauer worked with schools in Wilmington, Delaware, and on staff with Teach For America as a program director in Newark, New Jersey. She earned her Master of Arts in Teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education, and her B.A., in political science and Asian studies, from Furman University in Greenville, SC. Eisenhauer is a native Delawarean and is thrilled to be leading Relay Delaware in her home state.
Get to know Delaware.
STATE POPULATION: 952,000
Delaware was the nation’s first state, and today it is a ocean playground for visitors hailing from near and far.
Witness history at First State Heritage Park in Dover, which includes the Old State House. Wander around Wilmington, known for its Riverfront parks, shopping, and restaurants. Visit lighthouses, historic landmarks, and natural areas throughout the state. Spend summer days at the beach resorts of Rehoboth, Lewes, Dewey, and Bethany, and listen to jazz at festivals in multiple cities.
Those looking for more unique entertainment can experience the World Championship Punkin Chunkin, held in the state since 1986 (yes, it involves hurling pumpkins).
Delaware is a small, spread-out state. Residents use cars for local transit, and the closest major airport is Philadelphia. Amtrak offers a rail option for travel along the Northeast Corridor from Washington, D.C., to Boston.
1313 N. Market St., Ste 150E
Wilmington, DE 19801