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Delaware Vision 2015: School leaders see some progress


What is going right in Delaware’s education system? What areas need work? And how do we improve? Those were the questions on the table at the Vision 2015 conference, which drew top education leaders ranging from lawmakers to nonprofit leaders to school superintendents and teachers, The News Journal reports. Vision 2015 is a group spearheaded by the nonprofit Rodel Foundation that seeks to make Delaware a “world-class education system.” Each year, its conference serves as one of the biggest forums for “big ideas” in education in Delaware. Gov. Jack Markell opened the conference by touting educational programs the state has put in place in recent years that he believes are doing good work, including changes to the early education system, Common Core State Standards and teacher training…

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