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John David deVille

Philosophy and AP US History Teacher

Macon County Public Library

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Macon County Public Library

1345 Wells Grove Road

Franklin, North Carolina, 28734

United States

Company Description

Macon Middle School's mission is to serve the community by providing an environment conducive to academic excellence. We strive to inspire each child to achieve according to ability by utilizing various teaching and learning strategies. Our aim is to help prod...more

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Employment History

Vice President of the Macon County Chapter

North Carolina Association of Educators


Regional Manager

Lindelle Studios


District Manager

PCA International Inc


Social Studies Teacher

Franklin High School


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http://www.carolinapublicpress.org/4744/new-nc-state-budget-guts-many-teaching-programs

"In my opinion, the dumbest and most devastating cut they made was killing the Teaching Fellows Program," said Franklin High School teacher John deVille.
DeVille, who is also vice-president of the Macon NCAE, questions the wisdom of cutting support to a program that brought the best and brightest into the teaching profession through an extremely cost effective structure that also supported the UNC state university system. "What it tells me it that the North Carolina GOP does not believe in schools of education in North Carolina," deVille said. "By cutting the Teacher Academy they also show that they don't have any faith that highly qualified teachers with years of experience have the capacity to pass on wisdom to other teachers." Sen. Davis acknowledges the value of Teaching Fellows, noting that Macon County has several teachers who are alumni, but he says the loss of the scholarship program was merely necessity of the economic realities constraining the budget. "The governor, the Democrats and the Republicans knew that there were going to be some budget cuts necessary in order to weather this budgetary storm," he said.


An open letter from a North Carolina teacher | PoliticsNC

Posted by John deVille | Jul 23, 2013 | Education, NC Politics, NCGA | 0 |
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North Carolina Teacher Voice Network - Hope Street Group

John deVille
John David deVille John teaches at Franklin High School in western NC. As president of his NCAE local, he received the 2015 NCAE political activism award and was the 2006 Macon County Teacher of the Year. John inaugurated and continues to teach a high school philosophy course. He inaugurated and has led an academically-gifted institute for middle schoolers for the past six years and taught for the UNC-Asheville Computer Literacy Initiative for four years. John holds a B.A. in philosophy from UNC-Chapel Hill and a B.S. in Social Science Education from WCU. He moonlights, quite literally, as a ghost tour guide.


http://www.smokymountainnews.com/news/item/17202-republican-legislature-castigated-for-its-role-in-haywood-school-budget-woes

That sentiment was echoed by John deVille, a teacher in Macon County who's active with the N.C. Association of Educators.
"You are at the leading edge of a perfect storm," deVille told the crowd. DeVille said the plight of Central is a self-fulfilling prophecy brought on by a systematic dismantling of public education that has generational implications, he said. "Upward mobility is being betrayed," deVille said. "The American dream is founded on equality of opportunity." DeVille urged the crowd gathered outside the school board meeting last week to turn their anger into action. "Go home tonight and write down why you are mad and why you are hurt and how you feel and put it on your refrigerator. Come November 8, take it down and read it and put it in your pocket when you go to the polls," deVille said. "Reverse this course." deVille called that asinine. "They chastised the Haywood County School Board for mismanaging their funds. That's like flying over and dropping a bomb on a house and it has a leaky roof and you blame the homeowner," deVille said.


http://hopestreetgroup.org/news/north-carolina-teachers-join-policymakers-to-improve-education-for-students/

John deVille, US History and Philosophy Teacher, Franklin


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