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  • 🔒 Poor test scores concern Del. business leaders

    In late October, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), known since its founding in the early 1990s as “the Nation’s Report Card,” revealed that math scores of the country’s […]
  • Wegmans opens Wednesday at Barley Mill Plaza

    WILMINGTON – The first Wegmans supermarket in Delaware will open its doors to the public at 9 a.m. Wednesday after months of its construction being under daily public scrutiny by […]
  • Choose Your Next Career

    For many career changes, you will have transferable skills. When he graduated from Delcastle Technical High School in 2015, William Hickman knew he wanted to work with auto mechanics, but […]
  • What I’m Doing Now: Four Recent Vo-Tech Grads Report on Their Careers

    Vocational-technical high schools are designed to give students a running start for a career in the trades and professions by providing them with special skills and training. Four recent graduates […]
  • Have You Ever Thought About…?: Your Ideal Job May Be The One You Haven’t Considered

    Almost all high school students at some point become concerned because they have not yet settled on a career to pursue, or a path to pursue it — what do […]
  • 🔒 Charter schools are growing quickly in Delaware

      In early May, the governing board of the Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence (BAASE) in Sussex County received good news from the Delaware Department of Education – it […]
  • Science & Technology – Innovation to Success at All Levels

    The science and technology industry in Delaware continues to prosper and expand for three important reasons: a collaborative community atmosphere at the corporate, governmental and academic levels; a long, historical […]
  • Delaware Biotechnology Institute

    Breaking new ground in chemistry and education. John Koh is proud of what the Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI), of which he is the director, has accomplished to advance science in […]
  • 🔒 World’s diplomats get fresh look at Delaware in tour

    Last week, 41 ambassadors from around the globe came to Delaware to spend a day learning about the state’s educational, research and business capabilities and to see if there were […]
  • From Labs to Grants to Tax Credits

    Delaware helps companies grow. New science and technology companies, like young children, often reach that awkward period when they’ve learned to walk but aren’t quite sure how to run. With […]

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