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Thanks Luke! Delaware’s Heralded CTE Director Joins Biden-Harris Administration

August 4th, 2022

Author: Paul Herdman

Luke Rhine, formerly the associate secretary for workforce solutions at Delaware’s Department of Education (DDOE), has been swooped up by the Biden administration to take what he’s learned in the Mid-Atlantic to benefit the nation as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical and Adult...

Meet Sharece Sellem-Hannah

July 25th, 2022

Author: Sharece Sellem

Hello! My name is Sharece Sellem-Hannah and I am very excited to join Rodel’s team of passionate education advocates and leaders. I’d like to start off by sharing what drew me to Rodel: the dedication to enhancing and expanding Delaware’s education landscape along with the commitment to diversity and inclusion. Growing up in a...

What can Delaware learn from CNBC’s State Rankings for Business?

July 22nd, 2022

Author: Paul Herdman

  by Rod Ward and Paul Herdman National rankings from a news organization that involve 88 metrics and a fair amount of subjective judgement always need to be taken with a pretty big grain of salt, but CNBC's America's Top States for Business sends signals to leaders both inside and outside the state, nationally and abroad, so we...

Building Self-Identity and Mapping the Future: How Delaware is Beginning to Rethink Middle School

July 14th, 2022

Author: Kelsey Mensch

National leaders like Advance CTE are helping lay the groundwork for middle grades redesign. Having been cited and celebrated as a national leader in career pathways, Delaware has built a robust career and technical education (CTE) system that is integral to high school in Delaware. Despite the state’s success, it has become...
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