Delaware
Public Education
Delaware prof offers extra credit for ‘white privilege checklist’

Even as higher education has taken heat for pushing Critical Race Theory and other progressive, racially divisive ideologies, one Delaware professor is offering extra credit to students… Read More

February 12, 2024
Legislation
Delaware proposal seeks to protect women’s sports

(The Center Square) – Delaware Republicans are making another push to prohibit student-athletes from competing on athletic teams or in sports not associated with their biological sex.  A proposal expected… Read More

June 27, 2023
Courts
University of Delaware settles class-action suit over campus shutdown

The University of Delaware has agreed to pay over $6 million to settle a lawsuit over the 2020 campus shutdown that ended in person classes because of Covid-19. The settlement… Read More

June 19, 2023
Legislation
Delaware lawmaker wants more school resource officers

(The Center Square) – A Delaware lawmaker wants to carve out more money for schools to hire resource officers amid a spate of school shootings nationwide. The … Read More

May 23, 2023
Public Education
Delaware education spending rising as enrollment, test scores drop

(The Center Square) — Delaware is pouring more taxpayer money into education than most other states, but the spending hasn’t dramatically boosted enrollment or student test scores, according to a new… Read More

January 31, 2023
Public Education
Teacher admits using classroom time for gay pride meetings so parents don’t find out about it

A Delaware teacher admits in a video that she holds her school’s gay pride club meetings during regular class hours, rather than after school, so parents don’t know about… Read More

December 16, 2022
Legislation
Expert: Education funding without transparency a disservice to the system

(The Center Square) – One Delaware policy analyst says the education system in the state needs to be revamped, even as the state benefited from more than $866 million in… Read More

August 30, 2022