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In Year Two of Pandemic, Delaware Families Still Struggling to Find Balance

September 22nd, 2021

Author: Leeann Wallett

In a survey conducted by Rodel and the Delaware Readiness Teams, more than 300 Delaware parents and caregivers shared their thoughts about daily life during the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, on topics ranging from child care to health screenings to economic stress. The non-scientific survey was completed in July 2021, before...

Celebrating Success: Statewide Pathways Foundation Built to Last

September 17th, 2021

Author: Paul Herdman

Delaware Scaling Work-Based Learning, Industry Credentials, and Academic Credit In the 10th grade, a student at Appoquinimink High School heard a guest speaker one day at his plant science class—a rep from Landcare, a nationally known landscaping company. In 11th grade, the student met the company’s HR director at the school's Workforce...

Roger Weissberg, A Gentle Giant in the SEL World

September 15th, 2021

Author: Dr. Susan Bunting, Dr. Teri Lawler, and Paul Herdman

On September 5, Dr. Roger Weissberg, one of the founders of CASEL (the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning), the leading research and practice organization in the nation on Social and Emotional Learning, passed away at the age of 69. As Delaware’s Secretary of Education, the state’s leader on SEL and the head of...

Meet Alan Flores

August 19th, 2021

Author: Rodel

Hi everyone! My name is Alan Flores and I am a senior at Conrad Schools of Science. One of my goals after I graduate high school is to attend a top college or university. But for now, one thing that is on my plate is that I am considered an undocumented student. When I first came to this country when I was three years old, I didn’t know...
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