Larry Nagengast

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How Delaware Schools Are Preparing Students for Post-Graduation

Whether headed to college or the workforce after graduating, local students are emerging better prepared to contribute to the state’s economy.

NASCAR Foodies Can Now Enjoy Upgraded Eats On the Monster Mile

With help from SoDel Concepts, Dover International Speedway menus offer wider variety and upscale options.

What Is the Future of Racing at Dover International Speedway?

Fifty years after opening its gates to NASCAR, the Monster Mile strives to capture a fresh fan base.

Tower Hill School Looks to the Past and Future as It Celebrates Centennial

Long known as an academic institution for Delaware’s white upper class, this Wilmington school's face has changed significantly.

How the Arsht-Cannon Fund Supports Delaware's Latino Community

The foundation has distributed more than $8 million in grants to Latino causes, primarily in Sussex County.

How Delaware's Private Schools Are Teaching Innovation

From project-based learning to classes about compassion, here's how local schools are preparing students to be innovators, risk-takers and change-makers.

Meet Four Delaware Private School Innovators

Education is changing, so schools are designating faculty and staff to be in charge of keeping up.

Solving the Puzzle of Delaware's Education System

Delaware's Office of Innovation and Improvement is putting together an approach to improve struggling schools.

How Delaware's Dual School Program Is Empowering Students

The initiative aims to help high schoolers solve problems, develop important skills and, ultimately, improve society.

Why Odyssey Charter School Works

It began humbly, but now rivals some of the best schools in the state.

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