Category Archives: Delaware

Delaware’s Teacher of the Year seeks to face challenges head on

Delaware’s 2021 State Teacher of the Year wants to share her message about schools’ need to give students equitable access and opportunities.   Kimberly Stock is an English learner teacher at McKean High School in the Red Clay Consolidated School District, and she wants to support students facing difficult challenges. It mirrors her own life… Read More »

Foiled Again: Murder Hornet Eludes Washington State Scientists

Researchers have lost track of an Asian giant hornet they were following — a stinging setback in the pursuit to eradicate an invasive species that threatens to decimate North American bee populations. Washington state officials said this week that they had successfully trapped a live giant hornet, also known as the “murder hornet,” and fitted… Read More »

Utahns Who Voted Third-Party In 2016 Face Another Tough Choice

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Are we better off than we were four years ago? That is the question we normally ask ourselves when a president seeks reelection, so we’ve been asking people with deep expertise in different subjects and different perspectives to answer this question. And we’re going to begin today’s program by putting it to… Read More »