Tag: Education Technology

May 3, 2013

Policy and Practice

May 3rd, 2013

Local News The News Journal Delaware schools, students are making good progress A letter to the editor by Paul Herdman and Ernie Dianastasis In response to Dr. John Stapleford’s recent opinion, which asserts that most in the state are dissatisfied with our school system, we respectfully disagree. Enrollment is growing and many of our public...


May 2, 2013


May 2nd, 2013

Local News The News Journal A closer look at Pencader Charter vs. Christina School District An opinion by Barbara Finnan, a former public school teacher We all know there’s a “Delaware Way” in getting things done in this state, but, really, why are our politicians, movers and shakers, taking things to a ridiculous extreme on the issue of...


iEducate Delaware: We all Have a Part to Play

News, Policy and Practice

May 1st, 2013

Like many parents, my weekends are often filled with time on a field or a track.  Right now, all three of my kids run track.  The relays are the most hectic.  Not only does each runner need to do his or her part, but each handoff is critical.  A great run with a dropped baton means finishing without medals.  Those runners on the track...


April 8, 2013


April 18th, 2013

Local News The News Journal Pencader seeks $350,000 bailout from state Pencader Business and Finance Charter School in New Castle, which is set to close at the end of the academic year. Over the past few weeks, however, school leaders have been saying they don’t even have enough money to finish the year. That has raised anxiety among parents and...