The Governor talks about Delaware’s first group of young students, kindergartners and first-graders, who begin learning in Spanish and in Chinese this year, as part of the state’s inaugural World Language Immersion program. The program will help students prepare to eventually compete for jobs in the global marketplace.
In just a few weeks, Delaware’s first group of young students here and elsewhere will begin learning in Spanish and in Chinese, as kindergartners and first-graders become part of our inaugural World Language Immersion program. We have fifteen teachers from China and Spain helping our State Dept of Education get the program underway.
The Delaware Forest Service dispatched a team of 20 volunteers on August 6 that is now assigned to an incident known as the Minidoka Complex, a grouping of three previously separate fires located 15 miles southeast of Twin Falls, Idaho.
Governor Jack Markell signed legislation which supports the ability for parents of children with special needs to advocate for their families.
Date Posted: Thursday, August 9th, 2012
Categories: Department of Correction Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) Former Lt. Governor Matt Denn (2009-2014) News Office of the Governor Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Governor Markell signed Senate Bill 226, which implements the recommendations of the Justice Reinvestment Task Force created by Executive Order Number 27.
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