A Healthy Dose of Education

September 27th, 2013
Governor Markell discusses the importance of physical education to the overall health and well-being of our youth.

America’s Latest Financial Crisis? It’s Incredibly Personal.

September 20th, 2013
Many of today's economic proposals from cities, states, and the White House focus on growing the middle class, and for good reason. But we are not paying enough attention to one of the major barriers to joining the middle class: personal finance know-how.

We must invest in early education

September 10th, 2013
Governor Markell makes the case for investing in early childhood education.

A Better Bottom Line: Employing Individuals With Disabilities

August 15th, 2013
At the conclusion of his year-long tenure as chair of the National Governors Association, Governor Markell released a blueprint entitled, "A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities"

How Delaware Ditched or Reformed 140 Regulations

July 30th, 2013

Volunteers build a better Delaware

July 29th, 2013
First Lady of Delaware, Carla Markell, highlights the importance of volunteerism in the First State.

A New Kind of Corporation to Harness the Power of Private Enterprise for Public Benefit

July 22nd, 2013
Governor Markell highlights the benefits of public benefit corporations in Delaware.

Delaware: The Top State for Business

July 19th, 2013
Governor Markell makes the case for why Delaware is positioned to be a top state for business.

STEP helps small businesses export products and create jobs at home

July 12th, 2013
Governor Markell makes the case for the re-authorization of the State Trade and Export Promotion program.

Fairness for All: It’s Time to Pass Gender Identity Nondiscrimination

June 12th, 2013
Governor Markell argues the importance of passing the Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act of 2013 in the Delaware General Assembly.

Employing People with Disabilities: Good for Business’ and Delaware’s Bottom Line

May 31st, 2013
Our greatest asset is our people and we need to take advantage of everyone's abilities. Making disabilities employment a priority will not only allow more Delawareans to reach their potential, but also help ensure our state can compete and win on the global stage.