DIGGING DEEPER: EQUITY GAPS IN COLLEGE AND CAREER PREP

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April 24th, 2019

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9 Questions about Property Reassessment in Delaware

February 14th, 2019

Author: Neil Kirschling

9 Earlier this year, civil rights groups sued Delaware over education funding for low-income, disadvantaged students. In this blog, we’ll break down what you need to know about property reassessment in Delaware. 1. What does property reassessment have to do with education? About 27 percent of all public education...

Digging Deeper: Chronic Absenteeism in Delaware Schools

February 14th, 2019

Author: Bridgette Boody

Ferris Bueller missed nine days of high school before he took his infamous day off to roam the streets of Chicago. He’s certainly not the only student to miss school, intended or not. At some point in many children’s education careers, they may be absent due to a doctor’s appointment, family emergency, or other reasons. But what happens...

Rodel’s Next Chapter

January 3rd, 2019

Author: Paul Herdman

I’m excited. It’s the start of a new year, and the 20th anniversary of our organization, so it’s the perfect time to share some new approaches and a new look for Rodel.   We just launched a refreshed website and made some updates to our logo and name. These changes reflect an evolution of our work that began about two years...

11 Key Quotes from Education Funding Lawsuit Opinion

December 6th, 2018

Author: Neil Kirschling

Last week, Vice Chancellor Travis Laster rejected the state’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the state’s current school funding formula is unconstitutional. In addition to explaining why the court has legal authority to rule on the case under the Education Clause of the state constitution, Judge Laster also had lots to say about...

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