Early learning critical, but gaps persist A CDS study that exposed low pre-K enrollment, substandard curricula and questionable teacher credentials is spurring a reform of Delaware early childhood education.
Disabilities Studies and Cooperative Extension dedicate new facilities At a ceremony celebrating CDS’s new home, director Michael Gamel-McCormick pointed out that its benefits include accessibility and space to foster partnerships.
Conference honors workers who assist, train disabled CDS co-sponsored a statewide awards conference for direct service providers to people with disabilities, a group of professionals widely perceived to be underpaid and underappreciated.
Advocate defies doctors, fights to help disabled Jamie Wolfe, a self-advocate, CDS policy analyst and UD adjunct professor, is proud of her independence and fierce in fighting for civil rights.
Victims of sexual assault take heart Artwork created by people with disabilities who have survived sexual assault, a testament to both their vulnerability and resilience, will be on display next week.