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What Can Education Learn from Other Industries Facing Workforce Shortages?

May 11th, 2022

Author: Mark Baxter

Most industries are facing significant workforce challenges and experiencing common characteristics of today’s workforce. We see a large swath of the workforce aging and retiring, and a cultural response to the trauma from the COVID-19 pandemic. The education world is not immune from these changes. While no one would suggest schools and...

Your Yearly Reminder to VOTE in School Board Elections on May 10

May 6th, 2022

Author: Matt Amis

School board elections are more critical than ever. And they're one of the easiest ways for citizens to inform community-level decisions, including the allocation of resources and dollars. Bottom line, Delaware voters: save the date and make a plan to vote in school board elections on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. It’s not hyperbole to say that...

Meet Alejandra Villamares

May 5th, 2022

Author: Alejandra Villamares

Hi! My name is Alejandra Villamares and I am excited to join the Rodel team as the communications and media specialist.  My interest in bettering the education system in Delaware started in high school. I decided I wanted to be the first in my family to get my bachelor's degree, and thankfully TeenSHARP and Delaware College Scholars came...

Remembering Gov. Pete du Pont, A Man Who Made a Difference

April 29th, 2022

Author: Paul Herdman

Today, April 29, 2022, a memorial will commemorate the passing of Governor Pete du Pont and on behalf of our board and team at Rodel, I wanted to join the chorus of those sharing a few words of appreciation for a life well-lived. I only knew him in the latter part of his life, when he was the co-chair of Rodel’s Advisory Council with Sen...
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