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First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney Launches Statewide Kindergarten Registration Campaign

NEW CASTLE, Del. – On Thursday, First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney launched Delaware’s first statewide kindergarten registration campaign to highlight the importance of supporting Delaware’s youngest learners. The campaign, also led by Delaware Readiness Teams, encourages families and caregivers to register students for kindergarten and helps guide them through the process. “I am proud to be […]




More Families Receiving Access to High Quality Early Childhood Centers

Governor Jack Markell today celebrated the first-year progress of the pilot program funded by the grant with a visit to the Parents and Children Together at Tech United Cerebral Palsy of Delaware (PACTT) child care center at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown. The state is receiving more than $7 million over the five years of the grant.




Governor’s Weekly Message: Ensuring Students Start School Ready for Success

Governor Markell highlights efforts focused on evaluating student-readiness among children entering kindergarten and its impact on their long-term success.




Governor Announces Next Stage of Early Education Efforts

Governor Jack Markell today announced the start of the next phase of Delaware’s plan to improve the quality of early childhood education. Starting on October 1st, early care and education providers statewide will receive an increased reimbursement rate for caring for children eligible for Delaware’s Purchase of Care system.







 Pages Tagged With: "early education"

First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney Launches Statewide Kindergarten Registration Campaign

NEW CASTLE, Del. – On Thursday, First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney launched Delaware’s first statewide kindergarten registration campaign to highlight the importance of supporting Delaware’s youngest learners. The campaign, also led by Delaware Readiness Teams, encourages families and caregivers to register students for kindergarten and helps guide them through the process. “I am proud to be […]




More Families Receiving Access to High Quality Early Childhood Centers

Governor Jack Markell today celebrated the first-year progress of the pilot program funded by the grant with a visit to the Parents and Children Together at Tech United Cerebral Palsy of Delaware (PACTT) child care center at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown. The state is receiving more than $7 million over the five years of the grant.




Governor’s Weekly Message: Ensuring Students Start School Ready for Success

Governor Markell highlights efforts focused on evaluating student-readiness among children entering kindergarten and its impact on their long-term success.




Governor Announces Next Stage of Early Education Efforts

Governor Jack Markell today announced the start of the next phase of Delaware’s plan to improve the quality of early childhood education. Starting on October 1st, early care and education providers statewide will receive an increased reimbursement rate for caring for children eligible for Delaware’s Purchase of Care system.