Delaware educators and administrators say our teachers are underpaid, underprepared and under pressure. Here, they propose possible solutions.
A University of Delaware Master's program is geared toward seniors seeking a second career—and the state foots the bill.
Meet A.T. Moffett, a dance artist, educator and the new executive director at the Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education.
Wilmington University's newly created School of Law offers affordable legal training with experienced Dean Phillip Closius at the helm.
Nicholas Wolfe, principal of George Read Middle School, provides students with free personal pouches to lock away cell phones.
Education and workforce training are the keys to success for women at Baylor Correctional Institution as they prepare for life after prison.
Wilmington nonprofit Four Youth empowers underserved Delaware youth to dream big as they transition into adulthood.
On the heels of COVID-19 and hybrid learning, Delaware's top teachers are committed to helping students get back on track.
A new partnership between the Delaware Department of Education and Gov. John Carney aims to improve outcomes for the State's most vulnerable students.
With nominations open until March 31, the Drew Ostroski Award recognizes excellence in journalism and photography in Delaware.
Planning on sending your child to summer camp this year? These Delaware residents tell all about their own summer camp experiences.
As the Hockessin Colored School plans to turn into a new diversity center, former Delaware students share their childhood memories.
Montessori educator and former director Margaret Kling wrote her second children's book in her Montessori Marcy series.
This Wilmingtonian makes it her mission to acquire scholarships for students to attend historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU).
Delaware native Jocelyn Zavala Garcia’s contest-winning backpack with Herschel Supply Company highlights the need for change in immigration.
Calling all bookworms! Discover your next great read at these charming literary houses scattered throughout the First State.
Three local families break down their strategies for paying tuition for colleges and universities in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Hate math? This Wilmington couple is here to help, with a unique education program that makes learning division fun in the First State.
Kids returning to in-person learning in the First State are proving to be resilient, but older students seem to face more challenges.
From test scores to tuition and more, here is what you need to know about Delaware and Pennsylvania's colleges and universities.