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Delaware Public Media's coverage of First State education issues

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In this week’s Enlighten Me, we head to Mount Pleasant High School in the Brandywine School District, home to WMPH and our Generation Voice Youth project.

Students there produce a bevy of interviews and projects on a variety of topics, and we like to highlight some of that work throughout the year here on The Green.

We’re especially excited to share a piece from Mount Pleasant High School junior Amaya Williams, which earned a first place award in the Delaware Press Association’s 2018 High School Communications Contest and first place in the National Federation of Press Women’s national high school competition.


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A Delaware State University student is receiving a prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship; it's only the second time in school history that’s happened.

 


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Polls were open in school districts across the state Tuesday for school board elections, but not many showed up.

Turnout was low again.  12 contested races up and down the state only managed to draw a total of 8,644  voters and no race statewide reached 1,800 votes.

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Delaware non-profit atTAcK addiction is making its pitch for state dollars to fund a three-pronged effort to combat the opioid crisis, including a recovery high school in New Castle County.


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Residents across the state are supposed to head to the polls for school board elections next Tuesday.  But one organization is concerned voters won’t show up.

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Delaware State University hosts the 2018 Delaware STEM Symposium and Awards Gala this week.

 


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Pathways is a private-public cooperative helping Delaware students prepare for the workforce. The New York-based global charity Bloomberg Philanthropies gave Pathways a $3.25 million boost Friday.


Some Charter School of New Castle elementary and middle school students will be able to keep learning after the school year ends in June.

A $400,000 annual grant from the U.S. Department of Education is bringing the school, New Castle County, and YMCA’s Western and Bear-Glasgow branches together on a new summer program.

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The School Consolidation Task Force is offering its recommendations for improving education in the First State, but consolidating Delaware’s 19 school districts isn’t among them.

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Warner Elementary School in the Red Clay School District is Delaware’s 2018 Green Ribbon award winner.

 


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