Discussions about work to address education issues in the First State often focus on school leaders, Dept. of Education officials and lawmakers or groups created by them, like the Redding Consortium. But there are others trying to make a difference – parents, private citizens and grassroots groups that advocate for change.
Over the next two weeks, Delaware Public Media contributor Larry Nagengast looks at that latter group - then and now.
This week, he checks in with some fighting the fight since the 1970s when desegregating schools was the focus of the battle to get their perspective.