Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons visited The Soap Fairy, a manufacturer of handcrafted soaps that takes part in the Small Business Administration’s State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) Program.
Governor Markell announced that Dr. Terri Quinn Gray will replace former Senator Ted Kaufman as Co-Chair of the Delaware STEM Council.
In his weekly address, the Governor talks about two new chances to make Delaware’s case in the national debateon how to get people working, make our schools even stronger and better prepare our nation for what is emerging as a global war for talent and jobs.
During some particularly challenging times these last few years, our state has made clear – again and again – that whether it was meeting the challenge of the federal race to the top contest, or trying to reopen the shuttered refinery at Delaware City, or tackling rapidly rising pension and health care costs, or putting our state back on the path to financial stability – Delawareans come together to fight alongside each other FOR things that matter, instead of AGAINST each other over trivial issues.
The Delaware STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Council has released a comprehensive report detailing the state of STEM Education in Delaware: its strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for improvement.