BA Gettysburg College, 2006
MEd Shippensburg University, 2014
Teacher Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology
After studying history and education, Anthony Angelini graduated from Gettysburg College in 2006. Following two years teaching at Gettysburg Area High School, Angelini began teaching at New Oxford Middle School. Angelini teaches seventh-graders in a unique role at NOMS. Dual-certified, he works with the same students in both language arts and social studies. As a result, he strives to craft lessons that are interdisciplinary and rigorous.
At Conewago Valley School District, where he has taught for ten years, Angelini serves as the chair of the middle school social studies. He represents teachers on various committees, including the Road to Relevance and the Differentiated Supervision teams. In addition, Angelini has twiced served as president of his local teacher's association. In that role, he is responsible for issues related to personnel, negotiations, grievance, and advocating for teachers' voice. At the state level, Angelini sits on the Pennsylvania State Education Association's Council of Instruction and Professional Development. He was Vice-Chair of the Pennsylvania Teachers' Advisory Committee from 2016 until 2018.
Over the last six years, Angelini has regularly taught at Gettysburg College as an Adjunct Instructor in the Education Department. Through Education 199: Foundations of Education, Angelini is able to express his interests in education policy and reform efforts, teacher leadership, professional learning, and the evolving purpose of public schools.