DOVER, Del. – Governor Carney on Tuesday announced the administration’s child care priorities and investments for the coming year. As outlined in last week’s State of the State address, Delaware will continue to make child care policies and investments a priority. The State will be taking the following actions to support, enhance, and expand child care quality and access […]
National Hearing Assessment & Management Webinar. On Thursday, May 27th, NCHAM will be hosting the webinar: “Discovering Affordable Technology Access for Families” Presented by: Tawny Holmes and Zainab Alkebsi. Abstract/description: An increasing number of EHDI resources are becoming “green” (paperless) or virtual, but that means families with limited access to internet may be left in […]
The Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children (DEAEYC) is holding a Virtual Conference June 19 – 29, 2021. This online training offers training sessions on Trauma-Informed Care, Anti-Bias in the Classroom, Conscious Discipline, Advocacy Training and so much more. This year’s Keynote Speaker is Sonia Manzano “Maria” from Sesame Street will be speaking […]
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.
We can’t wait for kindergarten to start preparing our children for success. Ninety percent of their brain development happens by age five and quality early care results in better educated, healthier, and more productive adults. That’s why we’ve made access to high quality early childhood programs a top priority, by setting standards for what it means to be a top program and helping our best centers serve families that can’t afford to attend. Our investments are paying off.