Report card not what you hoped for? Back to Basics offers DOE-approved credit recovery and original credit

Delaware summer school makeup credit and original creditIf your student’s most recent report card could use improvement, Back to Basics can help!

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is approved by the Delaware Department of Education to offer credit recovery, summer school, and original credit courses. The company also offers flexible scheduling 7 days a week, and works around your vacations and jobs. Plus, Back to Basics instructors are available to come to your home, day camp, or offer instruction at one of our Centers.

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics has a full range of educational summer options just right for your student. Back to Basics offers exceptional …

Back to Basics is hiring 1-on-1 tutors. If you’re an exceptional educator, learn more here!

Jobs for Delaware teachers and tutors at Back to Basics Learning DynamicsUnique Job Opportunity for 1-on-1 Tutors / Teachers to Make a Real Difference. Exceptional Educators needed for Elementary – College Age Students, all levels and all subjects.

You deserve the best… and so do our students!  Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, the tri-state area’s leading provider of 1-on-1 tutoring, is expanding. And, we are searching for accomplished tutors and teachers to join our team of award-winning educators. Candidates should be energetic and adaptable, motivated and enthusiastic. But, most of all, they should love teaching!

Job Requirements and Details:

  • Minimum of 1+ year of classroom teaching experience EXCLUSIVE of practicum, student

How much screen time is too much for kids?

Television, the Internet and mobile phones can be entertaining and educational. And, the information they provide can open up whole new worlds for kids, giving them a chance to travel the globe, learn about different cultures, and gain access to ideas they may never encounter in their own community.

But how much screen time is too much? With summer fast approaching and extra free time stretching far into August, parents should take precautions against overindulging kids.

According to Child Trends, “Television is available to nearly all children ages eight to 18 (99% in 2009), and most of these children …

Summer learning loss is real! How to stop the summer slide BEFORE it starts?

Summer school, Delaware, Back to BasicsIf you’re a parent, you know that summer is just around the corner. In order to combat the dreaded “summer slide,” summer planning starts now!

According to, Dr. Rebecca Palacios at the Huffington Post“It is estimated that every summer, children in low-income families lose approximately two to three months of reading skills… Over time, these summer learning losses add up and the academic achievement gap widens. Educators know that children being able to read at grade level by third grade is critically important. Summer learning is essential to keep children on track not only for that milestone, but …

Making a difference in our community! Back to Basics gives away over 600 children’s books

Back to Basics community service, volunteerism, Success Won't Wait book giveaway, Winterthur Point to Point Steeplechase
A volunteer mans the Back to Basics children’s book giveaway at the 2017 Winterthur Point to Point Steeplechase.

Each year, folks from all over the East Coast look forward to the Winterthur Point-to-Point Steeplechase. The event annually draws a crowd of almost 30,000, eager to see the thrilling horse races, the collection of vintage Rolls Royce automobiles, and the stunning traditional carriage parade, all while hosting tailgate parties that would make Martha Stewart proud.

At Back to Basics, we love the pageantry of Point-to-Point, too. But, we also look forward to the fun-filled event for another reason — the …