Grant targets early learning opportunities for children from low-income families WILMINGTON, Del. – A $7.65 million federal grant will help Delaware expand high quality early childhood education to more of the state’s youngest learners over the next five years. This new Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant follows a $7.24 million grant the state received […]
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 […]
Council will help coordinate crucial public and private services for Delaware families WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney signed Executive Order Five on Tuesday, reestablishing the Family Services Cabinet Council to help coordinate public and private services for Delaware families. Delaware families continue to face significant challenges – including the high cost of child care; […]
The State of Delaware is partnering with nonprofit social enterprise First Book to enrich the lives of thousands of children in need across the State by putting free brand-new books into their hands and classrooms.
More than 300 national and state education experts, practitioners and policymakers came together to celebrate Delaware’s early learning achievements and Illuminate the vision for a birth to third grade approach at the Governor’s Birth to 8 Summit: First 3,000 Days in the First State.
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