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School bells are ringing all across the First State as students return for another year. For the last month, we’ve been waist-deep in the education debate, listening as people all over Delaware – teachers, business people, students, reformers, board members and the general public – discussed the state of our schools from many different angles. All told, it creates a holistic view of the condition of education in Delaware in 2011.

If you missed any of our installments, here are all the entries from the August Education Series, in reverse chronological order:

A 103-Year View of Delaware’s School Investments – AUGUST 31, 2011 – BY BRIAN DISABATINO

Keep To The Right! – AUGUST 30, 2011 – BY MICHAEL FLEMING

PTA: A Resource For Parents – AUGUST 30, 2011 – BY YVONNE JOHNSON

Good Isn’t Good Enough – AUGUST 29, 2011 – BY BRENDAN MCDERMOTT

The Challenges Facing Students – AUGUST 29, 2011 – BY FAITH LYONS

Arts In Education: A Must – AUGUST 26, 2011 – BY HOPE HAWKINS

Montessori: Education for the 21st Century – AUGUST 25, 2011 – BY MCCRAE HARRISON

One Teacher’s View – AUGUST 24, 2011 – BY GRETCHEN PIKUS

History Matters – AUGUST 23, 2011 – BY MICHELE ANSTINE

School Calendars Unite! – AUGUST 22, 2011 – BY MELODIE SPOTTS

The Details Behind Delaware Student Test Scores – AUGUST 19, 2011 – BY JOHN STAPLEFORD

Mentors as Parent-Partners: Working Together to Help Students Succeed In School – AUGUST 18, 2011 – BY ROBERT J. ANDRZEJEWSKI

Fix It and They Will Learn – AUGUST 17, 2011 – BY DAN YOUNG

Don’t Call a Lawyer….Call a Plumber! – AUGUST 16, 2011 – BY BRIAN DISABATINO

Why Learn About Military History? – AUGUST 15, 2011 – BY STEPHANIE PRZYBYLEK

Teen Pregnancy And Education – AUGUST 12, 2011 – BY JACQUELINE JONES

Apples & Oranges: Why Schools Can’t Be Compared Internationally – AUGUST 11, 2011 – BY THE CAESAR RODNEY INSTITUTE

August Education Q&A: Mike Castle – AUGUST 10, 2011 – BY STEPHANIE FITZPATRICK

Cracks In Delaware’s Charter School Movement – AUGUST 9, 2011 – BY JOHN ALLISON

Our Schools: Balancing Urgency with the Long View – AUGUST 8, 2011 – BY PAUL HERDMAN

The Trials And Tribulations Of Starting A Charter School – AUGUST 5, 2011 – BY CHARLIE COPELAND

Redesigning Delaware’s Public Schools – AUGUST 4, 2011 – BY DEBORAH DOORDAN

Read To Your Child – It Works! – AUGUST 3, 2011 – BY MIKE MATTHEWS

Sir Ken Robinson & Creativity – AUGUST 2, 2011 – BY DAVE BURRIS

School’s Never Out – AUGUST 1, 2011 – BY JOHN YOUNG

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