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Christina School District

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As multiple school districts deal with fallout from failed referenda, state lawmakers are trying to make it easier for schools to raise taxes. But some administrators and school board members are not on board with the plan.

 


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The Christina School District will have over 60 fewer teachers to work with next school year. The staffing cuts come a week after the district’s operating referendum failed.

 


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Christina School District residents in New Castle County voted down Tuesday’s tax referendum, and school board members say teacher layoffs will likely follow.


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Residents in the Christina School District rejected a tax referendum Tuesday.

The measure to add revenue to Christina’s operating budget failed by just over 1,300 votes. 

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It’s decision day for residents of the Christina School District.

They head to the polls Tuesday to vote on a tax referendum that would bolster the district’s operating budget.

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A number of school districts have held tax referendums this year, with varying results. Next up is the Christina School District, which puts its ask for more operating budget funding before voters April 30th.

It’s a crucial vote for the district, which is in the midst of working with the state to reorganize its Wilmington schools in an effort to improve student outcomes there

Contributor Larry Nagengast delves into what the district is asking for - and what could happen if it fails.


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The Christina School District is keeping administration of statewide services for children with autism.


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A deal to keep the Statewide Autism Program with the Christina School District may be in place.


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There’s some confusion surrounding management of the state’s autism program.


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The future of Delaware’s Autism Program for children is unclear with legal fight brewing over who will operate it.


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