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What Can the Rest of the World Teach Us about Career Pathways?

Postsecondary Success

April 3rd, 2023

Back in 2014, I went to Switzerland and met a young man with a big smile and a ponytail named Luke Rhine. He was a new employee at the Delaware DOE and who knew at the time that that trip would be so catalytic in helping the state build out a new effort that we collectively called, “career pathways.” Today, we are at a new pivot point...

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Can Leadership Opportunities Help Teacher Retention?

Educator Support and Development

March 29th, 2023

As most teachers will tell you, they are often asked to do more than just teach students. Teachers often take on more roles in their schools, many times without additional compensation. This is particularly true for teachers of color, who often get asked to take on additional responsibilities, serve on committees, or be default leaders...

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Delaware Advances Early Literacy Initiatives

Early Childhood Education

March 27th, 2023

We often hear that children learn to read and then they read to learn—with this transition happening at a critical point in third grade. And we know that we as a state can do more to enable children to read to learn and reach their full potential. In recent years, the issue has gotten even more attention for a few reasons. A greater...

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