Governor's Weekly Message Transcript: Recognizing the Generosity of DelawareansAs Governor, I am continually reminded of all of the reasons our state gives us to be thankful year-round: our beautiful beaches and abundant natural resources, along with a rich history of invention, courageous leadership, and a belief in cooperation – even among political adversaries. It is the Delaware Way. 2014-11-26 12:00:41
Governor's Weekly Message Transcript - Continued Focus on Job Growth and Strengthening the EconomyThe dedication of the HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital here in Middletown is an important step toward have more high quality and cost-effective health care options. For many Delawareans recovering from serious injury and illness, including stroke and brain injury, it will mean an appropriate and convenient setting to get the treatment they need. But this hospital won’t only be important to patients. Health care is one of the most reliable growth industries and HealthSouth is more evidence of the progress we’re making to strengthen our economy.
Governor's Weekly Message Transcript: Supporting Students’ Emotional and Academic GrowthWe know the middle school years can be especially challenging for our youth as they face new academic and social pressures when they enter adolescence. Until last year, Delaware’s elementary and high school students had someone at school to talk to if they felt overwhelmed, but middle school students did not. That’s why Governor Markell proposed and the General Assembly approved $3.3 Million to place licensed mental health professionals into middle schools throughout the state.
Governor's Weekly Message Transcript: Motivating Students to SucceedAs students across our state return to school, it’s important to remember that a successful year in our classrooms means ensuring they are excited about learning and have opportunities to challenge themselves. Students do best, and are motivated to learn, when they believe that their studies are relevant to their future. They struggle, or worse yet, drop out, when they don’t see the connection between their education and the real world.2014-08-29 12:00:31