Thanks Luke! Delaware’s Heralded CTE Director Joins Biden-Harris Administration

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Building Self-Identity and Mapping the Future: How Delaware is Beginning to Rethink Middle School

July 14th, 2022

Author: Kelsey Mensch

National leaders like Advance CTE are helping lay the groundwork for middle grades redesign. Having been cited and celebrated as a national leader in career pathways, Delaware has built a robust career and technical education (CTE) system that is integral to high school in Delaware. Despite the state’s success, it has become...

“The Education GA” Rides Again: Busy Legislative Session Focuses on Early Learning, Literacy, and Teacher Supports

July 1st, 2022

Author: Rodel

When the clock struck midnight last week on another Delaware General Assembly legislative session, another host of education-related bills and budget implications stood awaiting the signature of Governor John Carney. This legislature in particular—with several former and current educators, advocates, and school board members among its...

What’s New with Delaware’s Education Funding System?

June 24th, 2022

Author: Julia Zammith

The long march to modernize Delaware’s school funding system continues on, as the state continues to see changes stemming from recent actions by Gov. John Carney’s administration and the General Assembly. One of the major drivers of these changes was the Delawareans for Educational Opportunity v Carney lawsuit settlement from...

Delaware Lawmakers Propose Historic Increases to Purchase of Care Subsidy

June 9th, 2022

Author: Madeleine Bayard

Delaware’s Joint Finance Committee has voted to add $20.07 million to Delaware's Purchase of Care program in Fiscal Year 2023—a substantial increase in funding. They added to the governor’s proposed increase—both to increase the rates paid to child care providers by 15 percent, and to include a $1.1 million “door opener” to...
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