COVID-19 Education Resources

Author: Paul Herdman

March 25th, 2020


From Teacher Diversity to Teacher Residencies, It All Matters At DSU

March 16th, 2020

Author: Laurie Jacobs

My Day with the William Penn Teacher Academy

March 5th, 2020

Author: Laurie Jacobs


NPR on Social and Emotional Skills: Everybody Loves them, But We Still Can’t Define Them

August 18th, 2017

Author: Shyanne Miller

  The language around building non-cognitive, non-academic skills in students—what we at Rodel call social and emotional learning—continues to be under debate, according to NPR columnist Anya Kamenetz in her recent article,  “Social and Emotional Skills: Everybody Loves them, But Still Can’t Define Them.” Kamenetz lists almost...

August 18, 2017

August 18th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Indian River School District open houses begin Aug. 24 Schools in the Indian River School District will host a series of open houses to allow students and parents to meet teachers and staff, view class lists, and tour school buildings. A number of schools will host multiple sessions during a three-day period, with each...

August 17, 2017

August 17th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Delaware State News Dover High honor student recognized for volunteerism “Time is of the essence” is a saying that doesn’t seem to resonate with Dover High School honor student and rising senior Nadeem Boggerty, as he always makes sure that he finds the time to go above and beyond to volunteer any way that he can. “You...

Charlottesville: An Educational Equity Perspective

August 16th, 2017

Author: Paul Herdman and Shyanne Miller

The tragic clash of white supremacists and counter protestors on the grounds of the University of Virginia was another painful reminder of America’s ongoing struggle with race and racism.   Racism manifests in all sectors, from healthcare and housing to employment and education. Given our role as education advocates, we examine the...