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Creating a network for Delaware’s DuPont Schools

Communities across the state are aiming to preserve the legacy of Delaware’s DuPont Schools, which educated students of color during a time of racial segregation.

DuPont Schools study to expand with story map

A recent survey by the Division and its partners have revealed the history of Delaware’s dozens of DuPont Schools. Now a new story map will help bring them to life.

Explore the DuPont Schools story map: New digital feature now available

A story map chronicling dozens of early 20th century schools built for African American and Native American students in Delaware is now available for the public to explore.

Then & Now: Hockessin Colored School #107

“Then & Now: Black History Highlights of Delaware” explores the historical significance of a one-room school for African American children.