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DELAWAREANS HAVE SPOKEN! NOW IS THE TIME FOR SEL

July 23rd, 2019

Author: Kevin Lair and Lindsay Hudson-Hubbs

The Rodel Teacher Council are no strangers to social and emotional learning (SEL). In 2017, they surveyed more than 200 educators spanning every school district in Delaware to better understand the beliefs and perceptions of educators on SEL. That work resulted in Educators Speak Up: Social and Emotional Learning in Delaware. The...

TALKING EDUCATION AND EQUITY WITH THE MANDELA FELLOWSHIP

July 11th, 2019

Author: Savio Stuart

This summer, Rodel hosted a visit from the Mandela Washington Fellowship. The Mandela Washington Fellowship started in 2014, and is the base program of the Young African Leaders Initiative that empowers young people through academic coursework, leadership training, and networking. The fellowship recognizes young leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa...

EARLY LEARNING INVESTMENTS, FOCUS ON EQUITY HIGHLIGHT BUSY FIRST HALF OF LEGISLATIVE SESSION

July 9th, 2019

Author: Paul Herdman

  The 150th General Assembly, comprised of one of the most diverse set of legislators Delaware's ever seen, officially ended its first half last week. After the dust settled, Rodel's team of experts weighed in on bills and budget lines that impact our public schools. We worked with a passionate and tireless group of partners on four big...

CHILDCARE INVESTMENT SHORTAGE HURTS PARENTS—AND PROVIDERS

March 8th, 2019

Author: Shyanne Miller

Raising a child is expensive, as any parent will tell you. According to Economic Policy Institute, a family on a full-time minimum-wage salary can expect to spend up to 64 percent of their income on just infant care. A family with just two children—an infant and a four-year-old—can pay more than $19,000 per year—more than 56 percent more...