Delaware Significantly Increases Graduation Rate

Jenna Bucsak

When Secretary Duncan visited Delaware last week, he praised the progress the state has made in improving opportunities for students in recent years. One of the elements that he emphasized was Delaware’s increase in high school graduation rates. The Delaware Department of Education recently announced that our state’s graduation rate has increased by over four […]


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Leading the Nation in College & Career Support

Jenna Bucsak

In November, Delaware celebrated College Application Month, a nationwide effort to assist high school seniors with the college application process. Guiding students through this process is just one of the many important pieces that go into supporting students as they begin exploring career opportunities. In his State of the State address, Governor Markell outlined the […]


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Seeking Solutions for Wilmington Schools

Brittany Mason

We’re pleased to join United Way of Delaware and “The News Journal” to co-sponsor the upcoming Imagine Delaware education expo and open forum, which will focus on City of Wilmington education. Other partner organizations for this event are Brooks Fellowship, Christina Cultural Arts Center, Delaware Grantmakers Association, Interdenominational Ministers Action Council, Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League, […]


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Upcoming Workshop on Personalized Learning

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This blog post was written by Jen Hollstein, a Secondary English Teacher and Teacher Evaluator at the Charter School of Wilmington, and member of our Rodel Teacher Council. We live in a personalized world.  When we buy a song, iTunes recommends four new ones, our health care portal alerts us when our test results are ready, and […]


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Delaware’s 2015 State of the State: Our Reactions

Jenna Bucsak

At his seventh state of the state, Governor Markell continued his focus on education, emphasizing the many positive education programs and initiatives currently underway –from our early childhood centers to our high schools and higher education institutions. These initiatives will continue to have a positive impact on our state for generations. This year, the Governor’s […]


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