Somebody told me years ago that if you’re watching yourself on a reality television show, something in your life may have gone terribly wrong. And, if it hasn’t, it very well may before the episode is over.
Most of us had at least one teacher growing up who changed our lives – who inspired us, who saw something in us, who took the time to say – “I see what you’re capable of and I am going to challenge you to do it.”
Governor’s Weekly Message Transcript: Putting Young Delawareans Ahead: Improving Early Childhood Education
Efforts to improve public education in Delaware are well underway – thousands of people are putting in countless hours to give our state the strongest possible public schools and give our state the strongest possible argument to make to potential employers the First State their first choice to locate new jobs
In his weekly message, Governor Jack Markell talks about helping survivors of domestic violence. Earlier this week, the Governor joined with Attorney General Beau Biden, State Senator Patricia Blevins and advocates from across the state to declare October to be Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Domestic violence destroys lives. It tears apart families and can leave its survivors with scars – both physical and emotional – that can take years to heal. And yet millions of cases of domestic violence happen in our country each year. In the most severe cases – domestic violence becomes murder. 13-hundred deaths a year […]