Students from across Delaware represented the First State as part of the Delaware Technology Student Association last week at the 39th annual National Technology Student Association Conference in Orlando, many bringing home awards for Top 10 finishes. In total, 172 students from Delaware competed in 127 individual and 115 team events that were focused on […]
Twenty Delaware teachers are finalists to be named Delaware’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Selected from among the 9,000 public school teachers in the state, the candidates were nominated by their districts or the Delaware Charter School Network because of their ability to inspire students with a love of learning, demonstration of professional traits and […]
Beginning in the fall, Forwood’s sensory garden will elevate science instruction in areas like plant life cycles, ecosystems, and insects. Students will have an opportunity to measure plant heights and record observations in their real environment. These types of opportunities align to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) that help districts and charter schools set the expectations for what students should learn in science and know by the end of each grade level.
Middletown High School’s DSU Early Bird program for male students of color gives students the chance to earn both college credits in high school and a taste of what college will be like. For Middletown High School, the program has been a success and another way to ensure students are on track to enroll in and graduate from college.
Delaware’s First Lady is leading effort to ensure children have regular access to healthy meals WILMINGTON, Del. – First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney and the Delaware Department of Education are asking for your help in letting Delaware residents know of the availability of free meals this summer for children in need. The Summer Food Service […]
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