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  Category: Department of Education


Governor Carney Signs House Bill 86

Department of Education | Education | Featured Posts | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Friday, July 30, 2021

Legislation increases funding for students K – 3 eligible for basic special education services WILMINGTON, Del. –Governor John Carney signed House Bill 86 on Friday alongside members of the General Assembly, educators and advocates. This legislation provides increased funding for students kindergarten through third grade identified as eligible for basic special education services.  “Our goal […]




Delaware High School Students Named “National Cyber Scholars”

Department of Education | Department of Technology and Information | Governor John Carney | Date Posted: Thursday, July 29, 2021

30,000 Students Across the Country Sought to Qualify for Cybersecurity Competition hosted by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation   Wilmington, Del. — Delaware’s Governor John Carney, Secretary of Education Susan Bunting, and Chief Information Officer (CIO) Jason Clarke today announced that four of Delaware’s most promising high school students have earned the coveted title of […]




Free school meals to continue in upcoming academic year

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Delaware K-12 schools will have the option to continue offering free nutritious school meals during the 2021-2022 school year, the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) announced today.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food & Nutrition Services (FNS) released a group of waivers and eligibility guidelines allowing schools to offer meals without determining eligibility based on the student’s household income. 




Bus Driver, Bus Aide Shortage Challenges Delaware Schools

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Monday, July 26, 2021

Like the rest of the nation, Delaware faces a school bus driver shortage. School districts and charter schools have been working hard to recruit new employees, but unfortunately report few new applicants into the field. Bus driver shortages was a challenge prior to the pandemic. Since the pandemic, the shortage has worsened because the average age of our school bus drivers puts them into higher risk categories.




Delaware STEM students honored at national student conference

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Students from 16 schools represented the First State at the National Virtual Technology Student Association (TSA) conference in June.  Finalists competed in events such as computer-aided design; chapter team; coding; cybersecurity, debating technological issues; essays on technology; forensic technology; foundations of information technology; junior solar sprint; leadership strategies; tech bowl; on demand video; video game design; website design and more. The virtual conference included nearly 7,000 individuals from across the United States participating in advanced Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM); leadership; and service-focused events.







  Category: Department of Education


Governor Carney Signs House Bill 86

Department of Education | Education | Featured Posts | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Friday, July 30, 2021

Legislation increases funding for students K – 3 eligible for basic special education services WILMINGTON, Del. –Governor John Carney signed House Bill 86 on Friday alongside members of the General Assembly, educators and advocates. This legislation provides increased funding for students kindergarten through third grade identified as eligible for basic special education services.  “Our goal […]




Delaware High School Students Named “National Cyber Scholars”

Department of Education | Department of Technology and Information | Governor John Carney | Date Posted: Thursday, July 29, 2021

30,000 Students Across the Country Sought to Qualify for Cybersecurity Competition hosted by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation   Wilmington, Del. — Delaware’s Governor John Carney, Secretary of Education Susan Bunting, and Chief Information Officer (CIO) Jason Clarke today announced that four of Delaware’s most promising high school students have earned the coveted title of […]




Free school meals to continue in upcoming academic year

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Delaware K-12 schools will have the option to continue offering free nutritious school meals during the 2021-2022 school year, the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) announced today.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food & Nutrition Services (FNS) released a group of waivers and eligibility guidelines allowing schools to offer meals without determining eligibility based on the student’s household income. 




Bus Driver, Bus Aide Shortage Challenges Delaware Schools

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Monday, July 26, 2021

Like the rest of the nation, Delaware faces a school bus driver shortage. School districts and charter schools have been working hard to recruit new employees, but unfortunately report few new applicants into the field. Bus driver shortages was a challenge prior to the pandemic. Since the pandemic, the shortage has worsened because the average age of our school bus drivers puts them into higher risk categories.




Delaware STEM students honored at national student conference

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Students from 16 schools represented the First State at the National Virtual Technology Student Association (TSA) conference in June.  Finalists competed in events such as computer-aided design; chapter team; coding; cybersecurity, debating technological issues; essays on technology; forensic technology; foundations of information technology; junior solar sprint; leadership strategies; tech bowl; on demand video; video game design; website design and more. The virtual conference included nearly 7,000 individuals from across the United States participating in advanced Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM); leadership; and service-focused events.