Delaware families encouraged to take advantage of online education resources

 (Nichelle Polston/WHYY)

(Nichelle Polston/WHYY)

As students get settled in their schools this month, the Delaware Office of Early Learning is calling on parents of preschool age children to go online and check out some of the education resources available to them.

Delaware families with infants, toddlers and preschoolers can log onto the website,, to find a collection of resources and tips to help parents locate early learning programs statewide. According to officials, connecting families to a searchable database of nearly 400 early learning programs will also raise awareness about the importance of such information like the Delaware Stars rating system parents can use as their guide to quality educational tools.

“With the information available to us about the importance of early learning, we want to ensure that families have access to as many great resources as possible,” said Harriet Dichter, Executive Director, Delaware Office of Early Learning.

Officials say parents can also keep up with upcoming events, articles and latest videos about early learning the Delaware Office of Early Learning Facebook and Twitter pages.

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