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Delaware lawmakers may consider legislation in January creating a way to remove elected school board members.


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Over ten million records from the Delaware Department of Education are now available to view on the state’s Open Data Portal.

 

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Delaware State University officials are enlisting the assistance of the state’s Congressional Delegation to get funding for historically black colleges and universities.

Congress missed last month’s deadline to approve the FUTURES Act. It would give $255 million to minority institutions for the next two years - with $85 million going to HBCUs.

The Colonial School District Board is asking a school board member accused of child sexual abuse to step down. 

 


Colonial School District is being awarded some federal money for security cameras. 


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The Wilmington University Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) is offering a new True Crime Lecture Series starting next week.

 


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Christina School District is resuming autism respite services after the state agrees to shore up the program’s finances.


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State lawmakers and members of Gov. John Carney’s cabinet met Monday to find money to restart the Delaware Autism program’s respite services.


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School administrators could earn a certificate in special education under new program being launched by the Delaware Department of Education.


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Officials say the Historically Black Colleges and Universities week event in Wilmington this year connected a record number of students to higher education. 

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