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The Christina School District teachers’ union voted to approve an agreement spelling out their role in the district’s reorganization of its Wilmington schools.


Red Clay Consolidated School District

The Red Clay School District has named an interim superintendent.

Jill Floore will take over leadership of the state’s largest school district November 1.

Delaware Public Media

The Brandywine School District switched its start date this year from before to after Labor Day.

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.

 


Delaware Public Media

For nearly six months last fall and winter, representatives of the Christina School District, the state Department of Education and Gov. John Carney’s office engaged in frequently tense negotiations before finally signing off on a Memorandum of Understanding that set up a framework for reorganizing and improving Christina’s schools in the city of Wilmington.

Since the agreement took effect in early March, most of the early milestones in the memorandum’s timeline have been met.


Larry Nagengast / Delaware Public Media

Seated in groups of three or four on folding chairs spread around the gym at Bayard Middle School, teachers in the Christina School District learned a little more about the lives of their students and their families last week.

For nearly two hours, the teachers were teleported from Wilmington into Realville, a make-believe town where the problems of poverty are all too real.

Delaware Public Media

A new law aims to make it easier to see how First State public schools and charters spend money.


Indian River School District

Delaware’s Department of Transportation wants motorists to be aware that the 2018-2019 school year is getting underway

 


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Delaware Public Media launched its second partnership with a New Castle County high school Friday.

Delaware Public Media is teaming up with McKean High School in the Red Clay School District and its radio station 88.1 WMHS starting this school year.

Larry Nagengast / Delaware Public Media

During the next two weeks, a new school year will begin for nearly 160,000 students throughout Delaware.

A significant number of those students – especially those among the more than 60,000 who are classified as low-income or English-language learners – will return to their classrooms knowing less than they did when they left in June.


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