A new memorial honoring Delaware's impact in the desegregation of schools and the Brown v. Board case was unveiled in Dover Thursday.

Delaware’s history in Brown v. Board honored with memorial 

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Culture

A new monument in Dover marks Delaware’s role in the desegregation of American schools the day before the country celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case. Community members, authors, historians and legislators joined Thursday morning to unveil the memorial on the grounds of Legislative Hall.  “Whenever people put stumbling blocks in your way, …

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State bar exam to be twice a year; passing grade dropped

Betsy PriceGovernment, Headlines

Delaware will begin offering the bar exam for lawyers twice a year and will drop the passing score by two points as well as reduce the number of essays, length of clerkships and number of proceedings a candidate must attend before testing. The changes were adopted after a two-year study by the Delaware Board of Examiners and recommendations for reform …