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Delaware Public Media's coverage of First State education issues

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Courtesy Winterthur

Winterthur recently released their first children’s book focusing on its museum and library collection.


 

Delaware State University President Dr. Harry L. Williams and two former DSU faculty are among the most influential presidents at Historically black colleges and universities.

Data Quality Campaign

A report on education data from the Data Quality Campaign shows the majority of states are doing a bad job sharing data with the public.

University of Delaware will not change the timing of its spring break to coincide with St. Patrick’s Day.

 

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After being without a permanent superintendent since October 2015, Christina School Board members have chosen three finalists – two of which have extensive ties to Delaware education.

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Indian River School District will try again for a $7.4 million tax referendum March 2nd.

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Residents in the Appoquinimink School District gave a resounding thumbs up to a school tax referendum there Tuesday.

Both pieces of a two-part referendum seeking $70 million in new tax revenue passed by comfortable margins.

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Those living in the Appoquinimink School District head to the polls today to vote on a combined $70 million tax referendum.

 

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Hoping to improve the quality of education in urban schools, University of Delaware is teaming up with Christina School District’s Stubbs Elementary to develop a system to better manage behavioral and educational challenges.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, students at Mount Pleasant High School part of Generation Voice - Delaware Public Media’s youth radio program there - recorded  a conversation with a loved one.

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