Opportunity Funding 101

Author: Neil Kirschling

October 28th, 2019

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Guest Blog: Education Doesn’t Have to be a Political Football

October 2nd, 2019

Author: Gary Stockbridge

5 NEW THINGS WE LEARNED ABOUT EL STUDENTS THIS YEAR

September 10th, 2019

Author: Bridgette Boody

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Discovering Passion Projects through Dual School: Interview with Stephanie Diggins

September 21st, 2018

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Dual School, a pilot initiative modeled after High Tech High in California, is becoming a phenomenon in Delaware. This innovative and empowering program exemplifies “learning by doing.” Instead of lectures and worksheets, students spend a semester digging in on a problem plaguing their community (or the world at large) from immigration to...

Digging Deeper: What’s the real value of work-based learning?

September 19th, 2018

Author: Shyanne Miller

Getting out of the classroom and onto a jobsite isn’t just a field trip. Studies show it can open college and career doors for students after high school, especially for low-income students. National research indicates that by 2020, around 65 percent of the family-sustaining jobs in Delaware will require at least some education beyond high...

“It’s difficult because I have no one to talk to”—English Learner Students Share their Stories

August 17th, 2018

Author: Valentina Maza

  Being a student is a very broad concept. Each of us experience school and life differently. As a result, we cannot assume a student’s struggles or successes come from the same place.   During my journey from Venezuela to William Penn High School, I got to meet peers from the most diverse backgrounds; some from Turkey...

A Big Step Forward for the Rodel Teacher Council

July 30th, 2018

Author: Kevin Lair and Lisa Mims

It was a banner year for the Rodel Teacher Council (RTC). In previous years, we conducted some pretty serious research on personalized learning, and then took our knowledge and turned it into informative briefs, reports, and even workshops for our fellow teachers. This year was different. We wanted to turn our expertise into action; good...