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Governor Carney Visits Appoquinimink High School to Highlight Pathways Program

Education | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Friday, May 19, 2017



MIDDLETOWN, Del. – Governor John Carney visited Appoquinimink High School on Friday with Delaware Secretary of Education Susan Bunting to talk with educators and students about Delaware’s Pathways to Prosperity Program. Governor Carney and Secretary Bunting toured classrooms and met with students engaged in different pathways. Governor Carney is committed to expanding work-based learning opportunities for Delaware students.

“Delaware’s economy remains in a period of significant transition, and we should ensure our schools are teaching the skills that employers demand,” said Governor Carney. “That means connecting Delaware’s educators with our employers, allowing our students to gain practical, work-based experience and retooling our workforce development programs to help students and employers succeed. Work-based learning opportunities like Culinary & Hospitality Management, Engineering, and Allied Health –just a few of the pathways offered at Appoquinimink High School – will help us prepare Delaware’s students to succeed in jobs of the future.”

Delaware launched its Pathways to Prosperity initiative in 2015 to establish partnerships between Delaware employers and educators, and better prepare Delaware’s students for college or a career. In March, the Delaware Pathways Steering Committee presented its Strategic Plan to Governor Carney to expand work-based education.

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Governor Carney Visits Appoquinimink High School to Highlight Pathways Program

Education | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Friday, May 19, 2017



MIDDLETOWN, Del. – Governor John Carney visited Appoquinimink High School on Friday with Delaware Secretary of Education Susan Bunting to talk with educators and students about Delaware’s Pathways to Prosperity Program. Governor Carney and Secretary Bunting toured classrooms and met with students engaged in different pathways. Governor Carney is committed to expanding work-based learning opportunities for Delaware students.

“Delaware’s economy remains in a period of significant transition, and we should ensure our schools are teaching the skills that employers demand,” said Governor Carney. “That means connecting Delaware’s educators with our employers, allowing our students to gain practical, work-based experience and retooling our workforce development programs to help students and employers succeed. Work-based learning opportunities like Culinary & Hospitality Management, Engineering, and Allied Health –just a few of the pathways offered at Appoquinimink High School – will help us prepare Delaware’s students to succeed in jobs of the future.”

Delaware launched its Pathways to Prosperity initiative in 2015 to establish partnerships between Delaware employers and educators, and better prepare Delaware’s students for college or a career. In March, the Delaware Pathways Steering Committee presented its Strategic Plan to Governor Carney to expand work-based education.

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Photos from Friday’s visit:

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