With the support of grants announced by Governor Markell, 15 Delaware high schools, spread across the state, will launch intensive programs in the fall to prepare students to excel in key fields that offer good job opportunities in the new economy.
Nearly a quarter century after the United States passed the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act, only about 30 percent of working age people with disabilities are employed. As we recognize April as Autism Awareness Month, we are reminded of our collective responsibility to change that fact and make possible a more rewarding future for millions […]
With an opportunity to advocate alongside the head of the United Nations, Governor Markell gave the keynote address at the UN’s observance of World Autism Awareness Day.
Governor Markell issued the following statement on findings and recommendations approved by the Wilmington Public Safety Strategies Commission – a group established by House Joint Resolution No. 2, and supported by all members of the General Assembly, after the Governor called for a rapid, fact-based, intensive examination of public safety strategies for Wilmington in his State of the State address.
Delaware companies exploring opportunities abroad will have access to support and resources from the State through an ambitious initiative announced by Governor Markell.
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