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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 10 . April 16, 1998 - 53 Del Tech accepting applications for evening nursing program The Nursing Department at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Owens Campus, will accept applications for admission to the part-time, evening, second- level Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program until May 29 at 4 p.m. The ADN program will be offered in January 1999, contin- gent upon an adequate number of qualified 'students applying for the program. Limited to a maximum of 20 students, the program is designed for the licensed practical nurses who have completed an approved program and the prerequisite courses by January 1999. The ad- mission procedures and criteria will be the same as those for the second-level ADN day program. Delaware Tech also offers practi- cal and registered nurse programs during the day. Beginning in Janu- ary 1999 and continuing for four semesters (excluding summers), students will take three hours of theory one night per week and one night of clinical practice per week. Summer sessions can be used to complete any related course work. Applicants who have never tak- en the Delaware Tech entrance exam and the N.L.N.-R.N. exam must take them for admission. The college placement exam can be scheduled through the Division of Student Services. The N.L.N.- R.N. exam will be offered on May 2. Education reform topic of state summit on On Monday, May 4, the Delaware State Chamber of Com- merce will host a summit focusing on education reform. Chaired by Gov. Tom Carper, "Learning in Delaware: Shaping the Progress of Education in the First State," this summit brings together indi- vidual groups who have a stake in the future of education. Govern- ment officials and members of the education community will address the developments that have al- ready occurred and the challenges that remain to make the school system among the best. The event will feature presentations and dis- cussions on standards, assess- ment, technology, public/private partnerships, accountability and professional development. "We know from the past that holding a summit is the way Delaware works best, allowing all sides to present their positions and giving everyone an opportunity to work together to achieve a common goal," said State Chamber of Commerce P,resident John M. Burris. There will be a reception and the Superstars! recognition dinner. The cost for the luncheon and education summit is $35 for educators and nonprofit groups and $50 for corporate participants. The cost for cocktails and the Su- perstars! recognition dinner is $35 for educators and nonprofits and $75 for corporate. The cost to at- tend both events is $60 for educa- tors and nonprofits, and $115 for corporate. Participants must reg- ister by April 24. Checks should be made payable to The American Center for Enterprise Education, and mailed to Alice Barron, DSCC, 1201 N. Orange St., P.O. Box 671, Suite 200, Wilmington, DE 19899-0671. For information, call 302-576-6571. The summit is cosponsored by the Business/Pub- lic Education Council, the Chief School Officers Association, the Council of Presidents, the Delaware Association of School Administrators, the P.T.A., the Department of Education, the Delaware School Boards Associa- tion, the Delaware State Educa- ay4 tion Association and the "News Journal." Prospective students desiring or evening nursing programs nursing department chairperson, additional information about day should contact June S. 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