Delaware author Theresa Del Tufo encourages women to embrace leadership opportunities and find their voice in her new book, Women Powered!
Delaware Law School is on a mission to equip students with the expertise necessary to tackle financial and cybercrime. Their new Global Financial & Cyber Crimes degree programs are among the first of their kind ...
Delaware's oldest students are zooming to the head of the class as adult education programs continue virtual instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.
An award-winning publishing house founded by Enrique Moras is on a mission to broaden the minds of young readers throughout the First State.
Dennis Assanis, PH.D., President of the University of Delaware, leans on his academic training to steer the school through the pandemic.
Seven young activists across Delaware are taking a stand with the creation of a statewide coalition to support Black student leaders.
From tuition to test scores, we have the crucial information about the higher education institutions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
AP courses can help students earn college credit and bolster their applications—but they aren't for everyone.
For students everywhere, it’s been a senior year like no other. Here's a look at how the students at one area high school are dealing with the times.
Applying to college can be daunting. A local expert makes it easier by breaking down everything into manageable chunks.
Who are Delaware’s best teachers? Nominated by peers, parents and the students themselves, these outstanding educators exemplify the best in K–12.
Some high school grads are opting to take a year off before becoming college freshmen.
From booming business to burgeoning towns, check out all that middle Delaware has to offer
For the more than 1,200 employees that live in the greater Delaware region, Delaware Supermarkets Inc./Kenny Family ShopRite is a place that keeps true to its values as a family business. Bernie Kenny opened the ...
From finding the right school to reducing debt, here's what you need to know.
Whether headed to college or the workforce after graduating, local students are emerging better prepared to contribute to the state’s economy.
As the founder of a local STEM initiative, 16-year-old Jacqueline Means strives to be a role model in the community.
Students a part of PRoUD train future guide dogs on campus.
Long known as an academic institution for Delaware’s white upper class, this Wilmington school's face has changed significantly.
Tips and products for staying on top of clutter when classes begin.