Anthony Dalasio has been a teacher and Humanities Department Chairman at Lackawanna Trail Junior-Senior High School for the past 29 years. Mr. Dalasio has been an Advanced Placement teacher for the past 20 years, teaching a variety of Advanced Placement courses, including US Government and Politics, US History, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, and Comparative Government. He has served as a Reader for the AP Exams in US Government and Politics, Economics, and Comparative Government, and he has presented workshops and institutes for the College Board in AP US Government and Politics for the past nineteen years. In addition to his Advanced Placement work, he has also been an adjunct faculty member at Marywood University, Sacred Heart University, the University of Scranton and at Keystone College, serving in both the History and Education departments.
An avid traveler, Mr. Dalasio taught for two years at Escuela Internacional Sampedrana in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and has also participated in the Fulbright Teacher Program in Japan. The highlight of his teaching career has been his participation in the Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program, a full year teacher exchange in which Mr. Dalasio taught at a magnet school in Estonia. In his spare time, Mr. Dalasio is an avid golfer and Philadelphia sports fan, and he resides in Clarks Green, Pennsylvania with his wife, Mary Barbara.