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The Delaware College of Art and Design is launching its first dual-enrollment program at Cab Calloway School of the Arts.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Wilmington’s Elbert-Palmer Elementary School is gearing up for what will likely be its last year, as Christina School District prepares to implement a consolidation plan for its city schools.


University of Delaware

Researchers from the University of Delaware played a role in finding part of a Navy warship blown off near the Aleutian Islands during World War Two.


Sarah Mueller

Delaware Tech plans to use a federal grant to help fill a shortage of automotive technicians in the Delmarva region. Del Tech got $1.97 million to build a 13,500 square foot automotive training facility on its Georgetown campus.


via Red Clay Consolidated School District website

The Red Clay School District will open the new school year looking for new superintendent.

Merv Daugherty announced Thursday he's leaving for another job out-of-state.

Do you like to stargaze?  Are you interested in the planets? Here's how you can do both this Saturday night.


Delaware Public Media

The Indian River School District is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy on the Citizens Budget Oversight Committee.

 


Some Delaware education advocates say they’re disappointed in the recent standardized test scores.


First State students overall failed to make gains on math and English proficiency this year.


Delaware Community Foundation (members of the Nehemiah Gateway/Tennis Rocks Tutoring Program)

The African American Empowerment Fund of Delaware is handing out grants to education-focused programs.

 


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