Center For Education Excellence


Center For Education Excellence

Our aim is to promote and champion policies that effect:

- improved student performance

- improved student safety

- the accountability of students, schools, and districts for improved student outcomes

- productive conversations between generations of stakeholders who value the impact of education

This is the fourth and final part of the "Fed up With Government-Run Education" series.   Are your children comfortably inside an educational environment which inspires them to achieve great things? Are they developing the skills and values required for a successful career?   ...

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Recently there have been an increasing number of education alternatives proposed to the existing traditional system of Delaware’s public schools. The nonpublic schools are an option that has been around for a long time. One of them actually predates the founding of our country. Two other alter...

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*this article is a special from the March 18, 2014 Policy Analysis on Education by Andrew J. Coulson for the CATO Institute. The full study is in the "download document here" tab below. Click the link to view the full study. Pages 12-13 deal directly with Delaware, so make sure you read th...

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Watch the video on "Choice Media Reform School" episode from June 9 2014 featurng Jim Hosley. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlurEmMpxhw

Dover, DE – A bill to offer parents an opportunity to provide a quality education for their children, regardless of the parents income status, has been introduced and assigned to the House Education Committee. The bill, known as HB 353, The Parent Empowerment Education Savings Account Act (P...

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Attached is the first half of Dr. Danielsens presentation made at CRIs Sixth Annual Dinner on May 22, 2014 in Wilmington, DE. The theme is on the correlation between good schools in urban areas and environmental benefits when there are good schools in inner-city areas.   Please watch par...

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Attached is the second half of Dr. Danielsens presentation made at CRIs Sixth Annual Dinner on May 22, 2014 in Wilmington, DE. The theme is on the correlation between good schools in urban areas and environmental benefits when there are good schools in inner-city areas.   Watch the conclusion...

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Help us bring Education Savings Accounts to Delaware! These accounts allow parents to receive government-regulated savings accounts where 90% of money which traditionally just goes to the public school district the child lives in goes insteead into an account where parents can withdraw money, under ...

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The state of Delaware, especially the Department of Education, does a terrific job making data on Delaware public education readily available. What are some of the highlights of that data?   Let's start with the most recent data on spending. Currently Delaware public education spends ...

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The 2024 graduating class is now in the first grade. Parents can expect:   ·         By the third grade 66 percent of their children will read at or below basic; a primary indicator of a potential high school dropout. ·   &...

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