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

Author: Paul Herdman

May 21st, 2020

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April 19, 2017

April 19th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

April 19, 2017 Delaware News Delaware Public Media State budget shortfall grows larger according to latest revenue estimate Delaware’s budget shortfall continues to grow, now hovering just below $400 million for fiscal year 2018. The additional bad news comes just weeks after Gov. Carney unveiled his $4.1 billion budget plan that seeks to...

April 18, 2017

April 19th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

April 18, 2017 Delaware News Associated Press Absences, fitness, atmosphere are new ways to track schools States are beginning to outline new ways to evaluate their schools, mixing traditional measures like test scores with things like physical fitness and whether children feel safe in school. Connecticut and Delaware, among others, also...

The Link Between Career/Technical Education and Student Success

April 18th, 2017

Author: Jenna Ahner

  Just one career and technical education course above the average can boost a student’s odds of graduating high school and enrolling in a two-year college, according to a study by the Fordham Institute. It can also lead to a higher likelihood of college enrollment, employment, and better wages. So how are Delaware students accessing...

April 17, 2017

April 17th, 2017

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Rodel Blog Delaware in the national Pathways spotlight: 5 takeaways Last month, from up on stage at the Chase Center on the Riverfront, Beatriz Ramirez told her story. Today a senior at William Penn High School, Beatriz originally came to the U.S. not speaking English as a first language. She felt isolated at school, and often...