Next Steps for Federal Stimulus Dollars and Delaware Schools

Author: Kelsey Mensch

May 12th, 2021

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“Science of Reading” Early Literacy Gains Steam in Legislature

May 11th, 2021

Author: Kelsey Mensch

Teacher Residencies Get a Legislative Push

May 10th, 2021

Author: Kelsey Mensch

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The School Registration Bill is Here

March 10th, 2021

Author: Matt Amis

Back in January, we wrote about Delaware’s frustrating school registration process. It’s an all-over-the-place approach that involves a ton of paperwork and offers little help to non-English-speaking families. But help could soon be on the way. SB 82 was introduced this week by Sen. Elizabeth Lockman, and aims to rewrite Delaware code...

Meet Sarah Stowens

March 3rd, 2021

Author: Sarah Stowens

Hello! My name is Sarah Stowens. Supporting my children’s education this year via Zoom has shone a bright light on challenges in public education and therefore offered opportunities for growth—opportunities that Rodel is uniquely positioned to impact. It’s why I’m so thrilled to be joining the Rodel team as a program officer. My...

Q&A with Delaware Teacher of the Year Kimberly Stock

March 3rd, 2021

Author: Matt Amis

From a virtual celebration at a socially distanced watch party at McKean High School, Kimberly Stock was named the 2021 Delaware Teacher of the Year last fall. Stock, an English learner teacher, also teaches AP Literature and Composition and eleventh grade English language arts—all while managing the language acquisition plans for more...

Nominate a Local Hero for Black Voices for Black Justice Fund

February 25th, 2021

Author: Paul Herdman

Inspired by Black History Month and our unwavering desire to address structural and systemic racism in Delaware and beyond, the Delaware Community Foundation and Rodel are proud to sponsor the Black Voices for Black Justice Fund. This initiative aims to highlight black voices in our community. Through nominations, the program provides...