Boost '22 is a five-district, joint effort to help every senior in the city's limits graduate high school.

Boost ‘22 collab results in 88% of city students graduating

Jarek Rutz Headlines, Education

Boost ’22, an initiative to raise graduation rates among seniors in the city of Wilmington, resulted in 88% of those seniors crossing the graduation stage last May, nearly 20% more than 2015. The initiative is a joint effort of five school districts, used one-on-one tutoring and mentoring, college visits, counseling services and more to make sure 435 out of 496 …

The Wilmington Learning Collaborative held an event Tuesday to explain details of the new draft agreement to community members.

Wilmington Learning Collaborative: Executive director by fall

Jarek Rutz Delaware Live, Education, Headlines

Wilmington Learning Collaborative organizers say they hope to have an executive director in place by early fall. That was one of the new details about their operating draft agreement that came out Tuesday in a community meeting at Warner Elementary School in Wilmington.  It was the second meeting since the collaborative published its draft agreement outlining the roles and responsibilities …

TSD Review April 14

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review – April 14, 2022

Sonja Frey Town Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community Is that thing registered? Delaware rolls out DMV-on-wheels Tour New Castle’s historic Buena Vista mansion, grounds Wilm. city offices closed on Good Friday, no trash collection Business Middletown residents fight to stop warehouse construction Bill to cut premium cigar tax in half sails through committee Food & Dining Middletown store illustrates continued popularity of …

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Christina School District asks for moratorium on new, expanding charter schools

Charles Megginson Education, Government, Headlines

Christina School District’s Board of Education has called for a statewide temporary moratorium on new charter schools and the expansion of existing charter schools. The board hopes that the pause will stabilize relationships between schools and districts that serve students in Wilmington while they work together on developing Gov. John Carney’s proposed Wilmington Learning Collaborative and implementing proposals from the …