Larry Nagengast

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Your 2018 Guide to Public Schools in Delaware

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

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.

How Can Delaware Sustain Its Nonprofits?

Local organizations are struggling more than ever to maintain funding and provide some much-needed services. What's to be done?

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.

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.

Delaware in the 1960s: Meet 'The All-American Girl'

Living in the small town of Wyoming gave Lora Bilton Englehart values that have helped set her priorities since high school.

Delaware in the 1960s: Meet 'The City Kid'

Dwight Davis still lives in the home where he grew up on Madison Street, and he still works on behalf of poor black city residents.

Delaware in the 1960s: Meet 'The Peacenik'

June Eisley formed Mothers United for Peace in the ’60s. She works with Wilmington Peacekeepers today.

Delaware in the 1960s: Meet 'The Soldier'

Bill Hutchison was the last man from Kent County drafted for service in Vietnam. He remains a pacifist.

Delaware in the 1960s: Meet 'The Agitator'

Phillip Bannowsky was a “nonstudent agitator”with Students for a Democratic Society at the University of Delaware in the 1960s. He now teaches there as an adjunct professor.

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