The Delaware P-20 Council

The Delaware P-20 Council was established in 2003 by Governor Ruth Ann Minner's Executive Order 47 and placed in statute in 2005. The Council is an inclusive organization designed to align Delaware's education efforts across all grade levels. Its main goal is to establish a logical progression of learning from early childhood to post-secondary education while reducing the need for remediation. With cooperation from state leaders, higher education, school administrators, the business community, and parents, the P-20 Council will be able to open more doors for Delaware's children and prepare them to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society who will continue to learn throughout their lives.

The current agenda and materials for the April 10, 2017, P-20 Council Meeting are posted here.
All previous P-20 Council meeting agendas and presentation information from October 2012 to current are found on this site

Summary and Scope of the Work of Delaware's P-20 Council - January 2009 Report

Vision & Mission Statements





Awareness to Action (Achievement Gaps in Delaware Schools)

High School Graduation Committee Report

Early Childhood/Race to the Top Delaware Process Model
Del. Tech & Community College Student Education Plan
University of Delaware First Year Experience
Wesley College Conditional Admission Pilot Program
Wilmington University Series of Free Information Sessions

P-20 Subcommittees

Data Governance

College and Career Readiness

Provost Committee

Delaware's Promise Dropout Prevention Committee

Transfer of Credit Matrix Committee

Higher Education Data Cube Subcommittee

Delaware College Access Network (DECAN) Subcommittee

DECAN Higher Education Subcommittee Recommendations - January 21, 2010

Achievement Gap Action Group

Dual Enrollment Subcommittee

High School Graduation Requirements Committee

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