Delaware School Gets Bulletproof Whiteboards - Education Week

As part of a pilot program, all staff members at Gunning Bedford Middle School in New Castle, Del., have been given hand-held whiteboards that double as bulletproof shields in case of a school shooting.

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Early-Years Data Push a Touchy Topic in Delaware - Education Week

State officials say better data on the youngest children will help educators gauge their academic needs, but some raise privacy concerns with sharing such information more broadly.

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State of the States: Delaware - Education Week

Gov. Jack Markell is urging Delaware lawmakers to ease rigid education funding formulas in order to give school leaders the ability to implement their own school improvement plans.

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Districts Bail on Race to the Top in Five States - Education Week

Concerns over costs and student privacy have spurred districts in Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, and Ohio to withdraw from the federal school improvement program.

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Caution Flags Raised for Six Waiver States

Federal monitoring reports show that some states with No Child Left Behind Act waivers are struggling in key areas.

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Delaware Board Adopts K-12 Science Standards

The Delaware board of education voted to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, bringing to seven the number of states to do so since the standards became final in April.

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State of the States: Alaska, Ark., Colo., Del., Idaho, Iowa, Kan., Mich., Nev., N.D., Ore., S.C., S.D., Wash.

Here are summaries of recent annual addresses by governors around the country. In this roundup: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Washington.

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Elementary Pupils Immersed in Foreign Language

Delaware and Utah are funding foreign-language instruction at the elementary level in hopes of fostering achievement and economic growth.

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Del. Officials Unveil Charter Standards

Delaware education officials unveiled a new accountability system set to take effect next school year.

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NSF Awards Grants for Climate-Change Education - Education Week

The $33 million, multiyear grants come as climate change is identified in a draft of common standards as an important topic for students.

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State of the States - Education Week

Here are summaries of recent annual addresses by governors around the country.

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Pressure Mounts on Hawaii in Race to Top - Education Week

Teacher evaluation proves among the toughest issues as Hawaii seeks to put its $75 million Race to the Top grant into effect.

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Principal Training - Education Week

States and districts should not be bound to traditional principal-preparation programs when developing school leaders.

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Charter schools get probation, will stay open - Education Week

Settlement money, nonprofit cuts among Delaware budget fixes - Education Week

Report details spending by former charter school principal - Education Week

House approves bill allowing students to skip tests - Education Week

Final approval for bill allowing students to skip tests - Education Week

Caution Flags Raised for Six Waiver States - Education Week

Federal monitoring reports show that some states with No Child Left Behind Act waivers are struggling in key areas.

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Delaware Board Adopts K-12 Science Standards - Education Week

The Delaware board of education voted to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, bringing to seven the number of states to do so since the standards became final in April.

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Elementary Pupils Immersed in Foreign Language - Education Week

Delaware and Utah are funding foreign-language instruction at the elementary level in hopes of fostering achievement and economic growth.

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State of the States: Alaska, Ark., Colo., Del., Idaho, Iowa, Kan., Mich., Nev., N.D., Ore., S.C., S.D., Wash. - Education Week

Here are summaries of recent annual addresses by governors around the country. In this roundup: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Washington.

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Markell vetoes bill allowing Delaware students to skip tests - Education Week

Charter school under formal state review wants to relocate - Education Week

States in Holding Pattern on ELL Waiver Requests - Education Week

Even though Florida got unprecedented federal flexibility when it comes to English-learners and accountability, a handful of other states have yet to see their requests approved.

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Del. Officials Unveil Charter Standards - Education Week

Delaware education officials unveiled a new accountability system set to take effect next school year.

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Charter school under formal state review eyes relocation - Education Week

Delaware congressional delegation touts education grant - Education Week

Results show students struggle with new standardized test - Education Week

Delaware high school students now must study organ donation - Education Week

Mediation under way in student suicide lawsuit - Education Week

Achievement gap remains in new standardized test - Education Week

Delaware officials tout school safety efforts - Education Week

90-bed psychiatric hospital approved for Sussex County - Education Week

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