The public feud between Craig Gilborn and Otto Dekom in late ’60s and ’70s Delaware reveals larger debates on federal arts funding and the tension between local and national artistic influence.
Delaware’s schools serve as a critical stage for the nation’s ongoing battles over educational inequality and segregation. This article traces the state’s fraught history, from Plessy v. Ferguson to groundbreaking cases that laid the foundation for the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling.
Delaware’s Anabaptist groups like the Amish and Mennonites skillfully balance age-old traditions with modern hurdles such as rising land prices.
In a life defined by educational advocacy and a spirit of volunteerism, Martha G. Bachman was not one to sit on the sidelines. “When I first started making suggestions to educators about ways to improve… Read More »Martha Bachman, Vocational Education Trailblazer