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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.


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The University of Delaware has released a new report detailing the institution’s economic impact on the state and the region.


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Delaware is receiving federal support to expand mental health services in some of its schools.

Nemours Children's Health System

A recent study shows the rate of young people having kids in Delaware is only slightly below the national average.

Delaware State Univ.

Delaware State University is receiving federal funding to help preserve a historic building on its campus.


Contractors providing bus drivers to Delaware school districts say it’s too early to say whether a pay increase will help with driver shortages.


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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.

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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.

 


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