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To Test or Not to Test

Has overtesting in Delaware’s public schools reached its tipping point? A growing number of Delaware’s public school parents are choosing to opt their children out of the SBAC achievement tests, a series of computer-based tests in mathematics and English language arts developed by the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. This suite of tests is designed to […]

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The Future

A full-service, contemporary campus in North Wilmington will serve thousands of Wilmington University students who live or work in the Brandywine Hundred area. It’s an expansion illustrative of a forward-thinking university that has experienced exponential growth. Of the more than 20,500 students that Wilmington University serves, 42 percent live in New Castle County, with a […]

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The Endless Cycle

Devastating crime stats in Delaware’s largest city have made national headlines, and things are getting worse. That’s why city officials would be wise to consider the research findings of a WilmU doctoral candidate — who also happens to be a former cop. Wilmington, Delaware’s largest city, has been continually scrutinized in the media for its rising rates of crime and […]

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Our Global Reach

Wilmington University is rapidly growing as a destination for international students who gain the education they need to thrive in a global economy — and a support system to help them navigate the complexities of studying abroad. In a single year, WilmU has more than doubled its international enrollment — without a formal marketing campaign […]

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Managing Up

In order for Dr. Gregory Warren to complete his doctoral dissertation at Temple University, he needed to conduct a validation study of the Delaware State Police Academy. His goal was to determine if the academy’s and the Delaware Council on Police Training’s standards were stringent enough to meet the demands placed on law enforcement professionals. […]

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