It’s not just kids, parents, and teachers who feel the impact of our public schools. If you’re a citizen of Delaware, then you are—in one way or another—affected by our state’s education system. Scroll below for more on how supporting students today can lead to a brighter tomorrow for everyone.
It’s a common misconception that all teachers spend their summers sipping iced tea by the pool. In reality, many of your children’s educators are hard at work with students in summer programs or preparing for the new school year. We caught up with a few members of the Rodel Teacher Council to learn about their […]
By Dr. Amy Loyd, senior director of the Pathways to Prosperity Network at Jobs for the Future “How did you find your first job? Did your education support your transition to the world of work?” For many of us (including myself), the answer to the first question is through our social capital networks: […]
Welcome to “Digging Deeper,” a new monthly series at the Rodel blog where we’ll take some data on Delaware public schools—and put it under the microscope. In the spirit of our Public Education at a Glance, we’ll present a straightforward look at the numbers, and search for some deeper meaning. by Shyanne Miller and Liz […]
Rodel Teacher Newsletter is a resource for Delaware’s teachers to learn about teacher leadership opportunities across the state, nation, and world. View this email in your browser 4 WAYS TO REVOLUTIONIZE EDUCATION IN YOUR CLASSROOM AND STATE LearningSCAPES 2016 Conference (Sept. 28 – Oct. 1) LearningSCAPES is coming to Philadelphia! Join educational facility planners, educators, […]