2018 Contemporary History Series

presents 

 Part II: Race, Poverty, and Delaware Public Education:
Policies, Prospects, and Outcome


Thursday, February 15, 2018
6:00 p.m.


What are effective public education policies in the 21st century?  How can Delawareans achieve positive outcomes in public education? What can parents of color do to advocate for their children?  What opportunities can community partners develop and sustain to support excellence for all of Delaware’s students?  These and other questions will be examined in a panel discussion at the Delaware History Museum.

Admission is free.
Registration is required.

Complimentary parking courtesy of Colonial Parking
at their lot located on the corner of 6th and Shipley Street. 

Image: Dover Public School; students posing with teacher, November 15, 1915
Delaware Historical Society Collections

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