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Delaware Department of Education

The Delaware Department of Education has launched a new web tool for parents to dive into school data.

 


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Earlier this fall, Delaware received a $10.4 million grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education to improve state’s charter school system.

In addtion to supporting efforts to share charter schools' best practices, Delaware's Dept. of Ed. says the money will help add thousands of new charter seats in the First State.

Contributor Larry Nagengast examines the state's initial plans for these funds.


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A recent progress report shows some of Delaware’s teacher preparation programs improved from two years ago while others did not.


The Delaware Department of Education is asking for a 6.6 percent increase in its budget for fiscal year 2020.


Lt. Governnor's Challenge

Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long recently kicked off the “Lieutenant Governor’s Challenge,” which aims to build a stronger and healthier Delaware.

 


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Concerns that a Trump administration proposal could essentially define transgender out of existence may not prompt new protections in the First State.


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The Delaware Department of Education has received a $10.4 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education to improve the state’s charter school system.

 


Nick Ciolino / Delaware Public Media

The Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security charter high school closed down yesterday with little notice to students, parents and faculty.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

A bill signed by Gov. John Carney Wednesday allows certain teachers in Delaware to seek state help paying off their student debt.

 


Some Delaware education advocates say they’re disappointed in the recent standardized test scores.


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