Event 

Title:
Race, Poverty, and Delaware Public Education: Policies, Outcomes and Prospects
When:
Thursday, October 19, 2017  6:00 PM
Where:
Delaware History Museum/Center for African America - Wilmington
Category:
2017 Contemporary History Series

Description

Buttonwood School_ New Castle,_students and teacher in classroom_3_06_1935 Delaware Historical SocietyDr. Daniel Rich, University of Delaware’s Director of Community Engagement Initiative and Vision Coalition Leadership Team Member, will speak on the historical context and current issues in Delaware public education as they relate to issues of race and equity. Dr. Tony Allen, Head of Corporate Reputation for Bank of America and Provost of Delaware State University, Dr. Susan Bunting, Delaware Secretary of Education, and Shana Payne, Director of Higher Education, will provide insight into current educational policy.

Free parking provided by Colonial Parking, Sixth and Shipley streets.

FREE
Reservations requested: (302) 655-7161 or deinfo@dehistory.org

 

Right: Buttonwood School, New Castle, Delaware
Students and teacher in classroom, March 6, 1935
Delaware Historical Society

 

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Venue

Venue:
Delaware History Museum/Center for African America   -   Website
Street:
505 N. Market Street
ZIP:
19801
City:
Wilmington
State:
Delaware

Description

The Delaware History Museum (1940) - Originally a Woolworth's Department Store, the building has been transformed into the Delaware History Museum and the Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage.  It features permanent and rotating exhibitions, classrooms and meeting space.



Delaware History Museum   |  Mitchell Center for African American Heritage   |   Old Town Hall   |   Research Library   |   Willingtown Square    |   Read House & Gardens  

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