A Blueprint for Personalized Professional Development by Teachers, for Teachers

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This was written by Rodel Teacher Council member Patricia Dallas, a twenty-year veteran early childhood special education teacher at the Richardson Park Elementary School in the Red Clay Consolidated School District. It was originally published on EdSurge. I’m convinced that offering online courses led and constructed “by teachers, for teachers” will improve outcomes for all […]


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Our Solutions for Personalizing Delaware Schools

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This was written on behalf of the Rodel Teacher Council by Tim Brewer, a Science Teacher and Science Chair at St. Georges High School in the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District; and Jennifer Lougheed, an Instructional Coach at the Indian River School District. It was originally published in the “The News Journal” as […]


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International Comparisons are Never Easy

Paul Herdman

Earlier this month in The News Journal, a position was shared on the validity of comparing U.S. student performance with that of other countries. The debate centered on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), and Shanghai’s top performance on that test vs. the United States’ mediocre performance. Andreas Scheicher is the Deputy Director for […]


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Upcoming Community Forums on Educator Compensation

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In July, the Governor signed Senate Bill 254, which created a framework for an improved compensation system and established a committee of representatives, including members of the education community, legislators, and budget experts to develop a plan. The committee began meeting at the end of July and since September, they have hosted two virtual town […]


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Support Delaware’s College Application Month!

Jenna Bucsak

Next week marks the start of Delaware’s College Application Month. College Application Month is a nationwide effort to assist high school seniors in the college application process. This is the third year Delaware will participate. The initiative, led by the Delaware Department of Education in partnership with the Institute for Public Administration at the University […]


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