WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday released the following statement on the Delaware Department of Education’s announcement that the department will not be finalizing the current version of Regulation 225: “Last July, I asked Education Secretary Susan Bunting to draft a new regulation that would require Delaware’s school districts and charter schools to […]
The Delaware Department of Education announced on Thursday that it will not be moving forward to finalize the current proposed version of Regulation 225. The department received more than 6,000 comments in response to the revised proposed 225 Prohibition of Discrimination Regulation, which was published in the June Register of Regulations. Those comments now are available online for public review.
Nominations are now being accepted for membership on the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act Regulatory Advisory Committee. The committee will comprise 15 to 21 members, representing different stakeholder interests and areas of technical expertise related to Delaware’s Coastal Zone. Nominations are due by March 23.
Continuing the efforts directed by Gov. Jack Markell to modernize and streamline rules and regulations for professional licensure, the Department of State released a new list of recommendations.