Non-Higher Learning –
May 8, 2018 – Addiction advocates made a passionate plea for Delaware to stop dragging its feet when dealing with the opioid epidemic and devote a surplus of state revenues to the creation of a recovery high school. “Why we are procrastinating on this issue, I have no idea,” said Red Clay Consolidated School District Superintendent Merv Daugherty. Daugherty expressed frustration that his efforts to start – along with non-profit atTAcK addiction–a recovery high school in Delaware as first reported by WDEL haven’t moved faster. “It’s almost like having a person in the middle of the street bleeding to death, and we’re not willing to go help,” he said.