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


The state’s largest school district has chosen a new superintendent.

 

The Red Clay Consolidated School District board voted Wednesday to give the job to Dorrell Green.

 


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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.


Education issues are likely to garnet a fair amount of attention from state lawmakers this year.

And one of the people shaping the legislature’s education agenda is  State Rep. Earl Jaques.

House Education Committee Chairman is passionate about ed. policy and has a long list of priorities – including some more controversial proposals revolving around how to address low-performing schools and the referendum process for school funding.

The Glasgow area Democrat recently sat down with Delaware Public Media’s Sarah Mueller to outline what he’d like to accomplish.


The Wilmington Public Library got a visit from a renowned artist and children’s book author and illustrator Thursday.

 


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Voters in the Indian River School District rejected both pieces of a tax referendum Tuesday.

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Residents in the Indian River School District go to the polls Tuesday, to vote on a referendum to increase school taxes.

 


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The University of Delaware is seeking state funding to allow some First State students to attend for free.


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