Tonight, the Wilmington City Council voted for a moratorium on any new charter school applications for the city of Wilmington in the state of Delaware. While this council does not have jurisdiction over state law, this is seen as a symbolic gesture to the Delaware Legislature to act on what many see as abusive powers granted to the Delaware Department of Education and the State Board of Education. More information as it materializes!
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Time for the legislature to vote on the same… No charter schools in Delaware unless… each local district approves, and no money from that local district is lost due to that implementation of that charter.