April 2, 2007 | News JournalA CDS study that exposed low pre-K enrollment, substandard curricula and questionable teacher credentials is spurring a reform of Delaware early childhood education.
Early learning critical, but gaps persist
Disabilities Studies and Cooperative Extension dedicate new facilities
March 20, 2007 | UDailyAt 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
May 5, 2006 | News JournalCDS 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
April 15, 2006 | News JournalJamie 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
April 12, 2006 | News JournalArtwork created by people with disabilities who have survived sexual assault, a testament to both their vulnerability and resilience, will be on display next week.