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Delaware Today Partners with WHYY: Understanding School Choice in Delaware (Video)

Writer Larry Nagengast sits down with Shirley Min to talk about his January cover story on local education.

Your 2018 Guide to Public Schools in Delaware

Here's what you need to know in order to choose the best for your child.

How TeenSHARP Is Cultivating Community Changemakers

The Wilmington-based organization works to increase leadership opportunities and access to top colleges for underrepresented students.

The Rise of Dual-Language Education in Delaware

As students in special programs across the state prove, talk about the benefits of learning a second language isn't doublespeak.

At Delaware State, a New Day Has Dawned

When Harry L. Williams took over as university president in 2010, he started an upward trend that is still going strong.

How an Eccentric Sport is Transforming Young Lives

First State Squash provides urban students with unique athletic support—as well as crucial academic and life skills.

College Guide 2017

Could one of these schools be the perfect match?

UD Athletics Enters a New Era

Chrissi Rawak, the Blue Hens' new athletic director, believes every University of Delaware team has the potential to win a championship.

This Local Program Combats Summer Learning Loss. Could It Be Replicated Nationwide?

Summer Learning Collaborative, developed by Catherine Lindroth, currently serves more than 2,000 children in Delaware.

Meet LaVerne Harmon, the New President of Wilmington University

Harmon will help set the direction for a school that expanded from 2,000 students to more than 20,000 over the past 20 years.

When Will Public Schools Get Better?

Though aspects of public education have improved in recent years, action on some of the most significant needs may be a long way off.

UD President Dennis Assanis Marches Boldly Forward

The University of Delaware’s new leader has a record of achievement that uniquely qualifies him to help make the school a stronger regional player.

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