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Proposal Would Require Rapid Action to Fix Poorly Performing Schools

APRIL 10 - A bill awaiting consideration in the Senate would require immediate steps to address profoundly underperforming schools in Delaware.

House Bill 192, sponsored by State Reps. Bryan Shupe (R-Milford South) & Kim Williams (D-Newport, Stanton) and State Sen. Brian Pettyjohn (R-Georgetown), aims to mandate remedial action plans in any public school where less than 10% of students are meeting proficiency standards in English Language Arts or mathematics...


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