The Met Charter School in Wilmington will not close after all.
The school leaders convinced its board last night the facility could solve its behavioral problems that have come up during its first few weeks into its first academic year.
The Wilmington News Journal reports that the school had not enacted clear rules or consequences for disruptive behavior.
In addition, the paper reports that teachers have been having trouble with the schools teaching model.
Among the solutions proposed by the school leaders are a new schedule and discipline rules including limiting the use of cell phones during the day.
There has also been a decline in the number of students attending the school from 260 to 227.