Schools That Got A Grade Of B For Special Education In Delaware

The following schools got a grade of B for special education in Delaware.  Their percentage of special ed students compared to the general population was 10.6% to 12.5%.  The state average is 13.5%, but mitigating circumstances indicate why the average is that high based on schools that solely accommodate special ed students.

A. I. Dupont High School: 11.9%

Banneker Elementary School: 12.2%

Brandywine High School: 12.2%

Brittingham Elementary School: 12.5%

Blades Elementary School: 10.7%

Caesar Rodney High School: 10.8%

Christiana High School: 10.8%

Clayton Intermediate School: 10.9%

Delcastle Technical High School: 11.0%

Eisenberg Elementary School: 11.5%

Fifer Middle School: 12.3%

Frederick Douglas Elementary School: 11.9%

H. B. Dupont Middle School: 12.4%

Highlands Elementary School: 11.5%

Hodgson Vocational Technical High School: 11.1%

Hanby Elementary School: 10.8%

Keene Elementary School: 11.5%

Kirk Middle School: 12.1%

Leasure Elementary School: 11.1%

Lombardy Elementary School: 11.3%

Long Neck Elementary School: 11.9%

Meredith Middle School: 12.0%

Milford Central Academy: 11.9%

Milford Senior High School: 11.2%

Mount Pleasant Elementary School: 11.0%

North Georgetown Elementary School: 11.9%

North Laurel Elementary School: 10.6%

Postelthwait Middle School: 10.8%

Pulaski Elementary School: 11.3%

Redding Middle School: 11.8%

Skyline Middle School: 12.2%

Smyrna Elementary School: 11.8%

Stokes Elementary School: 11.6%

South Dover Elementary School: 10.9%

Towne Point Elementary School: 10.9%

Wilson (Etta J.) Elementary School: 10.7%

So this means 36 public (public, charter, and vocational) schools have a grade of B for special education population.  Not bad at all.  Up next will be the A grades, and find out who got an A+, and who gets the Super A++ awards!  After that I will be breaking this down into some interesting statistics that will make all of this a bit more clear.



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Kevin Ohlandt

I am a proud parent of a son with Tourette's Syndrome and several other co-morbidities. I write on this blog to educate other parents so they know a bit more about not only special education, but all the really bad things that are happening with public schools in Delaware and the USA. We are all in this together, and if our children aren't able to advocate for themselves it's up to us parents! We need to stop letting companies run our schools, and demand our children get a proper education. Our Departments of Education in our states have become weak with fear from the bullying US DOE, and we need to take back our schools!

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