First for March 18, 2016

Deadly Delaware roads
The arrival of spring also means Delaware pedestrians and drivers will be out to enjoy the warmer weather. 2015 was the deadliest year on record for the number of auto-pedestrian accidents. State highway officials are trying to focus on that issue, and that’s where we begin our First Look this week.

The principal goes to school
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan once called it ‘the toughest job in America.’ School principals deal with discipline, logistics, staffing, budgets-all in action packed work weeks that usually last 60 hours. We went into the classroom to learn more.

First Person: Dr. Steven Godowsky
New Secretary of Education Steven Godowsky discusses his philosophy and goals for Delaware students.

Dace on Business
The Libor rate is a European tool used to regulate certain currencies. In this month’s edition of Dace on Business, Dace Blaskovits sits down with Philadelphia Inquirer Business columnist Erin Arvenlund who has written extensively on why the Libor rate matters.

First Experience: Delaware Youth Symphony
The gift of music can be enjoyed no matter your age. The Music School of Delaware takes it a step further with the Delaware Youth Symphony Orchestra. Made up of kids of all ages, the group comes together to learn and share that gift. First Experience went to the Wilmington branch of the Music school to meet the people behind the music

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