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  • Future health professionals compete at international conference

    More than 150 students and advisers from across Delaware joined more than 11,500 other members at the 42nd annual HOSA-Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference in Orlando last week. The students represented the First State in competitive events that included: medical math, epidemiology, physical therapy, forensic medicine, dental science, medical assisting, biomedical laboratory science and more.

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  • Committee recommends probation, conditions for Odyssey Charter

    The Delaware Department of Education's Charter School Accountability Committee (CSAC) today recommended placing Odyssey Charter School on probation, requiring conditions be met for the school to retain its charter. A public hearing is scheduled for July 8 in Wilmington with written public comment accepted through July 12. After reviewing the record, including public hearing transcripts, submitted public comment, the CSAC findings and Odyssey’s response, Secretary of Education Susan Bunting will make her decision regarding the school’s future at the July 18 State Board of Education meeting.

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  • More Delaware students graduating high school

    Delaware’s public high school graduation rate continues to increase, once again hitting a record high in 2018. The state’s dropout rate also declined.

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