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The Christina School District expects only $1.5 million of the $5.5 million dollars in revenue raised in its 2003 referendum will make its way to charters as part of the recently settled lawsuit.


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15 Charter schools have approved a settlement with the Christina School District and the Delaware Department of Education over a funding dispute.


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Christina School District’s School Board approved a deal Wednesday night settling a lawsuit brought against it by 15 charter schools.


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Fifteen Delaware charter schools are suing the Christina School District and the Delaware Department of Education over what they say is an unfair distribution of funding.

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15 First State charter schools are taking the Christina School District and the state’s Department of Education to court over funding.

A suit filed Tuesday in Chancery Court claims that in recent years Christina has withheld millions of dollars that should gone to charters under a state funding formula, and the state is not doing its part to address the issue.

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Greek athletes visited Odyssey Charter School Saturday for an Olympic torch and cauldron lighting ceremony celebrating the school’s 10th anniversary.

 

The torch used, from the 2004 Olympic Games, will be displayed permanently at the school.

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One of Delaware’s newest charter schools is getting a huge investment from a national organization in the hopes of overhauling the American education system.

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A charter school focused on STEM education will not open as planned later this year.

 

The Delaware STEM Academy, a high school scheduled to welcome ninth- and tenth-graders to its classrooms near New Castle this fall, is finished before it even started.

The Green - June 10, 2016

Jun 10, 2016

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When the opening bells rang last August, they ushered in a year of great promise for Delaware’s charter schools.

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