Tag: Delaware

State Launches Education Funding Study

The Delaware Department of Education has launched a study into the state’s public education funding system. The post State Launches Education Funding Study appeared first on State of Delaware News.

2022 State Test Results Provide Baseline for Pandemic Recovery

Statewide assessment results for the 2021-22 school year reinforce the continuing need to provide additional supports and learning time to students in response to COVID-19 school building closures. The post 2022 State Test Results Provide Baseline for ...

DPH Announces Additional Cases Of Monkeypox

DOVER, DE (Aug 4, 2022) ­– The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing the state’s fourth, fifth and sixth cases of monkeypox (MPX). All cases are considered probable pending confirmatory testing by the Centers for Disease Control a...

Celebrating National ABLE to Save Month

August marks “ABLE to Save Month,” and Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis wants to use the opportunity to celebrate Delawareans with disabilities and the freedom, independence, and possibilities their ABLE accounts provide. ABLE (Achieving a Better...

Migrant summer school supports students, families

Delaware's Migrant Education Program’s (MEP) Summer School Project is a seven-week program (June 27 – August 12) that provides instructional and supportive services to migratory children whose parents migrate and work in agriculture in Delaware. MEP is...

Delaware ParentCamp transforms school and family engagement

Traditional family engagement models often look like school staff up front presenting, families receiving and sharing feedback. The ParentCamp model transforms such stand-and-deliver sessions into facilitated dialogues “where the entire room is the exp...

Treasurer Davis Completes ARPA Funds Distribution

Sends almost $44 million to 55 municipalities Using a secure process developed last year when the federal government sent American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) money to Delaware for its 55 non-county, non-metropolitan governments, the Office of the S...

Holodick Names Top High School Seniors 2022 Secretary Scholars

Secretary of Education Mark Holodick has honored 89 public school students from the Class of 2022 as Secretary of Education Scholars. The post Holodick Names Top High School Seniors 2022 Secretary Scholars appeared first on State of Delaware News.

School Behavioral Health Professionals Honored

The state will name its first Delaware Behavioral Health Professional of the Year later this month. Seventeen* school districts and the Delaware Charter School Network named local Behavioral Health Professionals of the Year for 2022. Following an appli...

Drivers Needed for DART’s Upcoming Beach Bus Season

May has arrived and the beginning of DART’s Beach Bus season is just a few weeks away. After a successful 2021 season with almost 160,000 riders, DART’s contractor, First Transit, is in need of drivers to meet the demand as residents and visitors take ...

Delaware Students Awarded Full-ride Merit Scholarships

Congratulations to this year's merit scholarship awardees! Merit scholarships are competitive scholarships awarded by DDOE to students for their academic performance, participation in school activities and service to the community. The post Delaware St...

DEMA Encourages Nonprofits To Prepare For Grant Opportunity

SMYRNA, DE: The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) encourages nonprofit agencies to begin preparing for the upcoming Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) application period. NSGP is a competitive grant program that provides federal funding ...