Tag: ACLU

7 Eye-catching Expert Quotes about Delaware’s Funding System

Funding and Equity, News

September 16th, 2020

As reported by Amy Cherry and WDEL: "A lawsuit that seeks equity in Delaware's education system and challenges its current funding system is heading to court mediation. The lawsuit, filed in January of 2018 by the Delawareans for Educational Opportunity and the NAACP Delaware State Conference of Branches with involvement from the ACLU...

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UPDATED: 9 Questions (and Answers) about Property Reassessment in Delaware

Funding and Equity, News

May 11th, 2020

UPDATED: March 22, 2021 1. What is the status of the “county track” of the Delawareans for Educational Opportunity v. Carney? As of February 25, Kent county has agreed to full property reassessment by 2024 as part of the funding lawsuit. The Kent County agreement is similar to New Castle County’s agreement announced in early...

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August 16, 2013

News, Policy and Practice, Postsecondary Success

August 16th, 2013

Local News Cape Gazette The high price of educating high-needs students Taxpayers, school districts, the Department of Education and other state departments quietly spend millions of dollars every year to educate special needs students placed in full-time residential care facilities. For these students – referred to as "high behavior" by school...

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July 26, 2013

News, Student-Centered Learning

July 26th, 2013

Local News The News Journal Bible class denied on Cape Henlopen Board of Education split A deadlocked Cape Henlopen Board of Education did not approve an elective academic Bible class Thursday night, though it’s possible the issue could be considered at a future meeting. The board split 3-3 on whether to allow a class created by the Bible...

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