Delaware Children’s Department Secretary Jennifer Ranji discusses a statewide effort to place licensed mental health professionals into middle schools.
A partnership of government, education, and health care leaders has been awarded a $4 million federal grant that will build on Governor Jack Markell’s push to improve opportunities for some of Delaware’s most disadvantaged youth.
Date Posted: Monday, September 15th, 2014
Categories: Office of Lieutenant Governor Matt Denn
WILMINGTON, Del. – Today, Lieutenant Governor Matt Denn was joined by disabilities advocates, legislative leaders, and educators to address the rights to reading interventions that students with disabilities gained under a new law passed in June. The new law requires that schools provide young students with dyslexia and decoding disabilities and other disabilities with early, intensive, […]
Lt. Governor Denn helps Bayhealth launch partnership to provide internships for students with disabilities, visits a recipient of accelerated academic funding and sees new math program in action, and thanks Delaware State EMS Association on Wednesday, September 10th, 2014.
Governor Markell was named to serve on the National Governors Association (NGA) Education and Workforce Committee.
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