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As the founder of a local STEM initiative, 16-year-old Jacqueline Means strives to be a role model in the community.
Students a part of PRoUD train future guide dogs on campus.
Long known as an academic institution for Delaware’s white upper class, this Wilmington school's face has changed significantly.
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These 11 exceptional educators are going above and beyond in and out of the classroom.
Delaware's law enforcement officers team up to put an anti-bullying message to a kid-friendly beat.
Dr. Wilma Mishoe, president of Delaware State University, follows her parents' footsteps as a leader of the campus.
The search for the perfect university is a delicate dance between students and parents.
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Rachel Brown, associate vice president of enrollment management at Harcum College, offers insights about going the two-year route.
Local experts offer tips to help you stand out in the admissions process.
Students face a big task in selecting what to study, but many education experts say the decision shouldn't be stressful.
From project-based learning to classes about compassion, here's how local schools are preparing students to be innovators, risk-takers and change-makers.
Education is changing, so schools are designating faculty and staff to be in charge of keeping up.
Hint: Make sure you’re taking the right one for you.