Adjunct Faculty – Early Childhood Special Education with ESL/Bilingual

first_imgAurora University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Aurora University seeks talented adjunct faculty who are passionateabout teaching and learning. Adjunct faculty are qualifiedpart-time instructors offered teaching opportunities based oncourse demand and staffing.Aurora University is looking for qualified Instructors to teachcourses in the Early Childhood Special Education with Bilingual/ESLEndorsement program – day and evening classes. Early ChildhoodSpecial Education licensure required.Please email resume or curriculum vitae, plus cover letter statingthe specific areas you are interested in teaching to:[email protected]last_img

Early 2019 Fantasy Rankings: TE

first_imgFor most of last year, tight end was a nightmare. With injuries knocking out many of the top contributors, including Hunter Henry, Greg Olsen, Delanie Walker, O.J. Howard, the position was razor thin. However, with 2019 here, our early fantasy football TE rankings are looking much deeper, as players returning from injuries coupled with a few players that endured breakout seasons will create extra depth. That means you won’t have to reach for a TE sleeper in the early middle rounds.While there is more depth at TE, it’s still a top-heavy position. There are only a few players who can be relied on as top point producers every week, and it’s trending toward Travis Kelce (Chiefs), Zach Ertz (Eagles), George Kittle (49ers), and Eric Ebron (Colts) being the cream of the crop moving forward. The first three all had over 1,100 yards last year, while Ebron led all TEs in touchdowns (13). One notable name is missing from that top tier that has been a staple in years past: Rob Gronkowski. The Patriots star suffered a massive decline last season, and there are some questions about whether he will play in 2019. We have him included in our initial rankings, but his age (30 in May), extensive injury history, and recent performance are pushing him down further than many may expect. If he plays in 2019, he may end up being a value candidate, but for now, it’s hard to recommend trusting him as a top guy. The same goes for Walker (35 by Week 1), Olsen (34), and even Jordan Reed (29).These rankings are certainly going to change in the eight-month period leading up to fantasy football drafts, but this is how we see things shaking out for now.Early 2019 Fantasy Football Rankings: TEsThese rankings are for standard leagues.1Travis Kelce, Chiefs2Zach Ertz, Eagles3George Kittle, 49ers4Eric Ebron, Colts5Evan Engram, Giants6O.J. Howard, Buccaneers7David Njoku, Browns8Jared Cook, Raiders9Rob Gronkowski, Patriots10Delanie Walker, Titans11Hunter Henry, Chargers12Trey Burton, Bears13Jimmy Graham, Packers14Greg Olsen, Panthers15Jordan Reed, Redskins16Austin Hooper, Falcons17Chris Herndon, Jets18Vance McDonald, Steelers19Blake Jarwin, Cowboys20Kyle Rudolph, Vikings EARLY 2019 FANTASY RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | D/ST | Kickerlast_img read more