Thanks Delaware STEM for featuring an Op-Ed by State Librarian Dr. Annie Norman. “Delaware Libraries juggle, proudly, to support all possible learning opportunities for our communities. Libraries have evolved over the past 115 years, and in turn, we support Delawareans in learning – and renewal – throughout life.”
Governor Markell highlights the phenomenal work being done by educators in the STEM fields to better prepare their students for successful futures.
Delaware Libraries were voted Community Group of the Year in Technical.ly Delaware’s first annual Delaware Innovation Awards which celebrate the innovators that make Delaware great.
Continuing his push to advance language learning opportunities for Delaware youth, Governor Markell recognized the 20 high schoolers who spent part of their summer learning in Hangzhou, China, thanks to a free summer abroad program for students studying Mandarin.
Check out the 2014 Themes for the Summer Reading Program. Throughout the summer, libraries will be presenting a variety of fun and educational STEM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).