Our Schools: Going Back to Normal Isn’t an Option

Author: Paul Herdman

May 21st, 2020

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UPDATED – Farewell to Greg Farrell, Pioneer in Experiential Education

May 11th, 2020

Author: Paul Herdman

UPDATED: 9 Questions (and Answers) about Property Reassessment in Delaware

May 11th, 2020

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Funding is Fundamental to Progress

May 22nd, 2017

Author: Neil Kirschling

  With the state’s budget situation casting a cloud of uncertainty in education (and beyond), the time seems right to take a look at education funding through the lens of something that is more than certain—that student needs have changed drastically since our school funding formula was developed in the 1940s.   We often...

May 22, 2017

May 22nd, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Office of the Governor Governor Carney visits Appoquinimink High School to highlight Pathways program Governor John Carney visited Appoquinimink High School on Friday with Delaware Secretary of Education Susan Bunting to talk with educators and students about Delaware’s Pathways to Prosperity Program. Governor Carney and Secretary...

Digging Deeper: Student Need Grows as Budgets Shrink

May 19th, 2017

Author: Shyanne Miller

  Delaware’s budget crisis has taken quite a toll on education and the state as a whole. At the same time, student needs are growing, with some of our highest-need populations (low-income students, English learners, and students with disabilities) increasing at a faster rate than ever.   With changing demographics and the...

May 19, 2017

May 19th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Coastal Point Parents ready to fight for Spanish Immersion Parents are lining up to defend the Spanish Immersion program against potential budget cuts in the Indian River School District. Expect signs. Expect small children making speeches in multiple languages. Expect a full 30 minutes of public comments at the school board meeting...