Delaware Public Media

Education

Delaware Public Media's coverage of First State education issues

Ways to Connect

The Sussex Tech School District has hired a consultant to learn more about students applicants.


Sarah Mueller

Divisive Facebook posts by a Red Clay school board member were the main topic at Wednesday night's board meeting.


AAA (Submitted Photo)

The 2019-2020 school year is just about here and students and teachers will soon head back to the classroom. And students and teachers in need of school supplies are getting some help this year.

 

 


Delaware Public Media

The state has awarded nearly $3 million of federal money to five charter schools, most of which will use the money to make room for more students. 


Courtesy of Atnre Alleyne

A group of young education advocates is working to gain skills to affect change this week. 

 


Delaware Public Media

A committee has been set up to oversee the Opportunity Funding program that starts this school year.

Delaware could see an influx of nurses thanks to a change in an education incentive program.


Submitted Photo

Sussex Tech High School in Georgetown is giving students an additional opportunity to gain on-the-job experience.

 


State lawmakers and education advocates are reacting to Delaware students’ performance on this year’s statewide tests.


Delaware Public Media

Delaware Department of Education officials are touting successful individual schools as statewide student assessment scores remain flat.


Pages