The top education stories from Delaware and across the nation and world

September 25, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Delaware 105.9 Cape Henlopen High does pledge in Spanish for Hispanic Heritage Month There were two pledge of allegiances read over the loud speaker at Cape Henlopen High School this week. The first in English and the second read entirely in Spanish to honor Hispanic Heritage Month. “It was just for this week, […]


Read More

September 22, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Cape adds teachers to reduce class sizes Class sizes at Cape Henlopen School District’s newest elementary school are already bursting at the seams, prompting the hiring of more teachers. Parent Jennifer Silva said her son’s fifth-grade class at Love Creek Elementary has 32 students, and other fifth-grade classes are about the […]


Read More

September 21, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Delaware Public Media TeenSHARP opens headquarters in Wilmington College-level tutoring program TeenSHARP is opening its regional headquarters in Wilmington Thursday. TeenSHARP seeks out promising students of color to help prepare them for higher education during Saturday class sessions at the University of Delaware. “Quite frankly, we’re looking for what we call unapologetic nerds,” […]


Read More

September 20, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Bookmobile, Browseabout team up for young readers The Cape Henlopen School District bookmobile made the rounds to area neighborhoods this summer with help from a local bookstore. Rehoboth Beach’s Browseabout Books gave hundreds of new books to Cape Henlopen School District for its summer bookmobile stops, said Donna Kolakowski, supervisor of […]


Read More

September 19, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Delaware Public Media Delaware sees little revenue growth in initial FY 19 revenue projection The initial revenue projection for the 2019 budget cycle sees little growth in the Delaware’s revenue. The Delaware Economic & Financial Advisory Council forecast could leave lawmakers needing to find more money to balance next year’s budget. At the […]


Read More

September 18, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Rehoboth elementary plans move forward The Rehoboth Beach Board of Adjustment unanimously granted a variance to the Cape Henlopen School District that allows the district to build a new school that exceeds lot coverage limits The variance allows the school to cover 33 percent of the lot, which will accommodate all […]


Read More

September 15, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Sussex Academy opens for 2017-18 school year On Aug. 28, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Patricia Oliphant, welcomed 736 students to Sussex Academy. It was an exciting day as the students were happy to start school and the faculty was happy to welcome them. This year, Sussex Academy begins with […]


Read More

September 14, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Harry K Foundation hires executive director In 2013, Rehoboth Beach businessman Harry Keswani established the Harry K Foundation to help end childhood hunger and poverty in Sussex County. Since then, the foundation has grown into a major fundraising force for the Food Bank of Delaware, helping feed children across the state […]


Read More

September 13, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Cape Gazette Cape High’s new assistant principal strives for the best Cape High’s newest assistant principal may look like another high school student, but he brings nearly a decade of experience to his latest post. Kyle Bentley has filled the assistant principal position left open when Nikki Miller was promoted to Cape High […]


Read More

September 12, 2017

Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Delaware News Sussex County Post Building capacity set as new school year begins Opening-week enrollment in the Indian River School District stood at 10,650 as the district ponders a decision in addressing school choice. Three schools were at or over building capacity as of Sept. 8. Sussex Central High School was at 110 percent capacity, […]


Read More

Follow Us

We're social

Contact Us

For further info

CONTACT US