Tag: Education

What Delaware is Doing to Connect Kids

News, Student-Centered Learning

June 12th, 2020

As any parent who’s helped a kid navigate through the bendy digital world of Schoology, DreamBox, or Khan Academy can tell you, digital learning in 2020 is serious business. Thanks to COVID-19, most Delaware public schools shifted to exclusively remote, online learning for students this spring. And while stakeholders are currently working...

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In Solidarity

News

June 9th, 2020

We at Rodel stand in solidarity with those working, now and always, to dismantle systemic racism in Delaware and nationally. We condemn the murders by police officers of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, among others, which have once again ignited the pain and frustration that has been building from centuries of injustice. Our team’s work...

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UPDATED: 9 Questions (and Answers) about Property Reassessment in Delaware

Funding and Equity, News

May 11th, 2020

UPDATED: March 22, 2021 1. What is the status of the “county track” of the Delawareans for Educational Opportunity v. Carney? As of February 25, Kent county has agreed to full property reassessment by 2024 as part of the funding lawsuit. The Kent County agreement is similar to New Castle County’s agreement announced in early...

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Introducing the Legislative Hall Pass: Crunching the Numbers on Delaware’s Education Budget

News, Policy and Practice

February 15th, 2017

  With elections far off in the rearview mirror, inaugurations wrapped, and cabinet members trickling their way into position, the real work is set to begin in earnest for elected officials, and especially the 149th Delaware General Assembly. Looming over the new session is yet another tough budgetary situation: Projections show that...

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