(Dover, DE) – In his weekly message, Governor Markell highlights a statewide effort to help ensure high school seniors have the assistance they need to continue their education or training beyond high school. “This past week we started a tour of high schools across the state to speak with our senior classes – urging them […]
Gov. Jack Markell and Secretary of Education Mark Murphy announced significant resources and support for the state’s six lowest-performing district schools, providing the opportunity for substantial changes in their approach to improve their students’ academic performance.
Building on his 2013 pledge that all Delaware schools would have a “state-of-the-art school safety plan” by the end of 2014, Governor Markell signed legislation that requires schools to have a comprehensive and up-to-date plan by this month.
Addressing William Penn High School’s senior class, Governor Markell kicked off a year-long effort by his administration to ensure Delaware’s Class of 2015 has access to information and resources that will help them pursue the best educational opportunities and career training programs after they graduate.
Governor Markell highlights education efforts in
Delaware focused on ensuring students are motivated to learn by making their studies
relevant to their future.
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