Krzanowski to begin April DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney announced today Kimberly Krzanowski, a long-time leader and advocate for early learning in the state, as the new executive director of the Delaware Department of Education’s Office of Early Learning. Krzanowski has more than 16 years of experience in early learning as a former early […]
Building on the state’s progress toward giving every Delawarean access to the education and training required to thrive in the new economy, Governor Markell today announced legislation to expand scholarships that provide two years of free college tuition to Delaware students.
Date Posted: Monday, December 7th, 2015
Categories: Auditor of Accounts
December 7, 2015 State Auditor R. Thomas Wagner, Jr. releases the Department of Education Travel Expenses Inspection report. Dover, Del. – State Auditor R. Thomas Wagner, Jr. is pleased to issue a clean inspection report regarding the Department of Education’s (DOE) travel expenses. During our review, we covered various aspects of travel and found their […]
Wearing black caps and gowns over their white prison jumpsuits, 10 men earned their high school diplomas today. The graduates from the James H. Groves Adult High School at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna are among 30 inmates across the state who are celebrating graduations through the Department of Education’s prison education program this spring.
Marking the recent four year anniversary of Delaware placing first in the federal Race to the Top education funding competition, Governor Markell detailed the impact of the state’s efforts to give students the best possible opportunity to succeed in college and career in the 21st century economy.
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