Governor Jack Markell, Department of Correction administrators, and representatives from Delaware Technical Community College celebrated the graduation of 10 offenders from the Sussex Community Corrections Center (SCCC) who completed the culinary program offered at its newly renovated training facility.
Recognizing the commitment early learning professionals across the state have made to increasing their own education and to raising the quality of teaching and care they provide to young children, Governor Jack Markell and Secretary of Education Steven Godowsky joined Delaware Early Childhood Council Chair Mary Kate Mouser and other leaders to celebrate the achievements of the more than 200 early childhood professionals who participated in the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® program in 2015.
In his weekly message, Governor Markell explains the value in creating new opportunities to support students and better prepare them for success in a global economy.
Zip Code Wilmington, a coding bootcamp providing training in advanced computer programming techniques, announced that all 16 members of its initial graduate class have secured offers of full-time employment, or a paid apprenticeship, that they will enter upon completion of the course.
In a continuing effort to ensure Delaware students have the best opportunities to learn a second language, Governor Markell announced the expansion of a China summer abroad program for high school students studying Mandarin.
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