Governor Markell announced $600,000 in grants for new high school pathway programs to expand a statewide effort that prepares students to excel in key fields that offer good job opportunities in the new economy.
The Delaware Senate has confirmed the nomination of Dr. Steven Godowsky to serve as Secretary of the Delaware Department of Education, succeeding Mark Murphy, who ended his tenure.
Recognizing the ever-increasing need to strengthen online safety and security in a society that relies heavily on the internet, Governor Markell signed Executive Order 55, establishing the Delaware Cyber Security Advisory Council.
Governor Markell highlights the state’s progress in ensuring access to quality early childhood education for all Delaware students.
Recognizing the tremendous commitment early learning programs across the state have made to raising quality, Governor Markell joined Department of Services to Children, Youth and Their Families Secretary Jennifer Ranji and other leaders to celebrate the 100th early learning center in Delaware to achieve 5 Stars – the highest rating in Stars for Early Success, the state’s voluntary quality rating and improvement system.
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