Postsecondary Success


Education is Front and Center at Legislative Hall

July 1st, 2016

Author: Melissa Hopkins

One look at our Legislative Monitor says it all: Education was front and center this year in the Delaware General Assembly. It was also a tough financial year, one plagued by continued revenue shortfalls. In this space Wednesday, we recapped the proposed budget cuts put forth by the Joint Finance Committee and the implications on Delaware...

The Path Forward on Pathways: What We Heard

May 5th, 2016


  Readers of this blog might recall the Rodel Foundation and the United Way of Delaware recently co-hosted a community conversation about Delaware Pathways and its still-under-development strategic plan. The event was a resounding success. From the Wilmington Public Library, community members and leaders from various nonprofit...

Get Involved with Delaware Pathways, Help Delaware Students

April 19th, 2016


  As a student, the transition between high school and college or a career can be a tricky one to nail. And the right path is rarely the same for every student. It’s part of the reason why Delaware Pathways exists—to help provide students with options and knowledge for life after high school. The collaborative effort works to better...

More Strides Forward on Pathways

March 31st, 2016


This week, the Delaware Department of Education announced it had secured a $100,000 grant to develop a detailed career readiness action plan—an essential step to expanding economic opportunity for young people across the First State. The grant, which also went to 23 other states and the District of Columbia, was secured through phase one of New...