Governor Markell highlights ongoing progress towards preparing Delaware students for the new economy, including that more Delaware high school students are taking and passing college-level Advanced Placement tests.
Date Posted: Friday, April 24th, 2015
Every Delaware student deserves an education that best prepares him or her for our new economy – whether they are going to college or straight into the workforce. Today, that goal is more possible than ever.
The percentage of Delaware’s public high school graduates taking and passing college-level Advanced Placement classes rose considerably in recent years, according to new data from the College Board.
The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village was the setting for the Stewardship Week proclamation presentation of the annual Governor’s Agricultural and Urban Conservation Awards.
Nearly 400 educators packed a large auditorium at Dover Downs to showcase how they are engaging their students more deeply in learning, using techniques and strategies they picked up by participating in the Department of Education’s rigorous, year-long professional learning experience called Common Ground.
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