GEORGETOWN — Sussex Vocational Technical School District violated the Freedom of Information Act in hiring its superintendent in November, the attorney general’s office has ruled. The …
DOVER — William Henry Middle School students were able to research the origins of the school, with a culminating drive-thru luncheon Wednesday.  While the students are currently …
NEWARK — Give Something Back, a mentorship program that helps high schoolers achieve their post-graduation goals, has partnered with the Delaware Restaurant Association Educational Foundations ProStart Program.
Many of Maryland’s most populous districts are set to welcome some students back for in-person instruction Monday, marking the start of varying local plans in response to Gov. Larry …
CAMBRIDGE — What can I say about this man, Greg Meekins? He’s like a father, a big brother, and mentor to me and so many others:Gregory Meekins is a native of Cambridge. He is the third …
Feb. 16 marked the 100th day of the school year, the most unusual and challenging of my 32 years in education. However, it also began the week that we all hope is the turning point. By the end of …
DOVER — About 2,500 Delaware child care providers will have the opportunity to be vaccinated this Saturday in a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination event at Dover International Speedway, officials …
In an effort to target  increasing media coverage of the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color in southern Delaware, the DCF Journalism Internship Program will place interns in several …
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GEORGETOWN — A movement within the Indian River School District board of education and the community is saying enough is enough, and it’s time to move forward and get students back in classrooms full time.
After receiving hundreds of submissions from talented writers, the Eastern Shore Literacy Association has announced the finalists in the 2021 Young …
Applications are due March 15 for the Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) 2021-22 scholarships. Students can apply for dozens of DCF scholarships by completing a single online application, …
GEORGETOWN — The Sussex Vocational Technical School District will be moving to remote learning through Friday after recent positive COVID-19 test results among people connected to the campus …
WASHINGTON, – Indian River High School senior Augustus Fadden is one of two Delaware students who will join U.S. senators Thomas Carper and Christopher Coons in representing the First State …
MILTON — Historically, Delmarva Christian Schools Milton Campus hosts an annual Science Carnival for its kindergarten through 8th-grade students and their families; however, with COVID-19 …
MAGNOLIA — Caesar Rodney School District hopes to expand its footprint through an anticipated agreement to lease the former St. Thomas More facility as a new middle school. The property …
MILFORD — Epilogue language in this year’s budget means Milford School District will have two years to pass a referendum seeking support for a new middle school. The property, located …
WASHINGTON — A new institution aimed at housing students and faculty of historically Black colleges and universities in the nation’s capital has been announced.
DOVER — It may have been a while since you were in school, but you probably remember the Pledge of Allegiance. For students, the pledge quickly becomes part of a daily ritual, something generally performed without a second thought.
In early January, some of the staff members of Pemberton Elementary loaded three school buses with learning boxes and backpacks to deliver to the homes of students. Parents and guardians of most …
SMYRNA — Residents in the Smyrna School District will cast their ballots on a school tax hike in March.
DOVER — About $9.1 million will be needed to repair William Henry Middle School after damage from Tropical Storm Isaias condemned the building in August and displaced nearly a thousand students.
In March, Delaware Technical Community College will open its doors to prospective students virtually.
GEORGETOWN — Aiming to chart an innovative, diverse, service-based course for education in Delaware, the Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence charter application reached the public hearing stage Monday.