The Wilmington Learning Collaborative will officially be created Tuesday. (Pexels)

Learning Collaborative agreement to be signed Tuesday

Jarek Rutz Headlines, Education

The Wilmington Learning Collaborative will officially be created Tuesday. (Pexels)

The Wilmington Learning Collaborative will officially be created Tuesday. (Pexels)

After five years of planning and months of school board debates, stakeholders will gather Tuesday to sign the agreement creating the Wilmington Learning Collaborative.

The Learning Collaborative is a voluntary network of schools in Wilmington across three school districts: Brandywine, Christina and Red Clay.

Its goal is to create city-wide consistency and improve outcomes for students in Wilmington schools.

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Superintendents and boardmembers from Brandywine, Christina, and Red Clay school districts will be joined by Gov. John Carney and Education Secretary Mark Holodick to sign the agreement.The signing will take place at the Wilmington Public Library at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The community is welcome to attend.

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