Remembering MLK Through the Next Generation

Author: Paul Herdman

January 20th, 2023

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Staff Turnover Disappeared at New Castle Elementary. Their Secret? Teacher Residencies.

December 16th, 2022

Author: Matt Amis

A “Grow Your Own” Dream Job: Q&A with Teacher Melodie Miller

November 14th, 2022

Author: Matt Amis

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Parent Advocacy Leads to New, More Accessible Online Kindergarten Registration System

November 2nd, 2022

Author: Alejandra Villamares

It was no secret that Delaware’s old kindergarten registration process was inaccessible to many families, but the new online kindergarten registration system aims to change that. Gov. John Carney, First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney, the Delaware Department of Education, and the Delaware Readiness Teams, in early October launched the new...

Why Delaware Should Continue to Lean in on Family Supports

November 2nd, 2022

Author: Madeleine Bayard

As three prominent state leaders wrote this week: “If we are going to build the workforce of tomorrow, we must pass policies that better support workers and their families today.” Sens. Kyle Evans Gay and Sarah McBride and Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long were among the lawmakers who helped champion recent policies like paid...

We Knew State and National Test Scores Would Drop. Now Let’s Get to Work.

October 26th, 2022

Author: Paul Herdman

Scores from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a countrywide assessment for K-12 students known to insiders as the “nation’s report card,” were released earlier this week. And as observers like Future Ed have pointed out, the results paint a stark picture of the educational fallout from COVID-19. The...

Reasons to Be Optimistic about the Wilmington Learning Collaborative

October 8th, 2022

Author: Paul Herdman

  Next week marks the potential next step in a multiyear process led by Governor John Carney to bring together the Wilmington community to support schools in the city. As the state’s most populous city, with a history of structural racism and persistent poverty, Wilmington often stands apart in policy conversations—especially when...
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