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March 18, 2014, Wilmington, Delaware – Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc. was recently chosen as one of a few, select companies and the only Delaware company to be awarded a yearlong, statewide contract for translating and interpreting services in all Delaware state agencies. Since 1985, Back to Basics had provided an exceptional range of award-winning educational services, including translating and interpreting in over 16 languages, throughout the tri-state area.

“In our increasingly global world, the ability to communicate effectively and accurately is paramount. Throughout Delaware, there is a real need for translating and interpreting services. When working with state agencies such as Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, Office of Child Support Enforcement, and Delaware Disability Determination Services, communication can often have life-changing consequences,” explains Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Director, Beverly Stewart, M.Ed.

The contract is in effect for all three counties in Delaware and covers three specific areas of expertise, including translating and interpreting in legal (non-judicial), psychological/mental and education capacities. First, legal translating and interpreting will be provided by Back to Basics’ professionals in relation to the legal system. Examples of agencies include Department of Corrections, Department of Labor, Department of Unemployment Insurance, and any other state agency that requires the use of a state-approved translator or interpreter. Back to Basics provides these services 7 days a week for both routine and emergency situations.

Next, Back to Basics will provide psychological/mental translating and interpreting for all state agencies such as state-run hospitals, Department of Health and Social Services, State Council for Persons with Disabilities, Delaware Veterans Home, Veterans Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation, and more.

Finally, Back to Basics’ translating and interpreting services will be available for all educational venues such as the Department of Education, as well as for all public schools throughout the state.

Back to Basics maintains over 60 professional translators and interpreters on staff. A member of the American Translators Association, Back to Basics also offers translating for books, documents, manuals, web pages, correspondence, labels, annual reports, and more, as well as interpreting services for a variety of business settings. In order to receive the state contract, the company was required to pass a rigorous application process which involved state and FBI background checks on all 60 translators and interpreters. In addition, each professional underwent a thorough competency test, as well as an evaluation of qualifications and experience. For any translators or interpreters working within the Department of Corrections, additional background checks were also performed.

About Back to Basics
Founded in 1985, Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is also a Department of Education-approved Private School for K-12, and overall has served the diverse educational needs of more than 13,500 students. Back to Basics offers students of all ages, from 3 to 103, instruction in the widest range of subjects and levels of skills in the industry.

Over 80 professional, degreed tutors provide 1-on-1 tutoring in courses from basic reading and math to physics to Mandarin Chinese to statistics, SAT Prep and English Literature. The company also offers exceptional educational opportunities for adult students in such areas as computer skills, writing, 20 foreign languages, GRE and GMAT prep, and has an entire division for district and state contracts for translating and interpreting, English as a Second Language, reading and math programs, homebound services and the federally-mandated Title I services.

In addition, Back to Basics K-12 Private School offers a school environment and focus unlike any other school in the state. With a cap of 15 students, Back to Basics K-12 Private School provides students 1-on-1 instruction and self-esteem building through personal, customized instruction. Students who are not achieving success in other environments or who have had social difficulties typically thrive in this setting. Students remain for one to three consecutive years and then either merge into a traditional school, graduate with a diploma from Back to Basics Private School, or enter the workforce.

Finally, Back to Basics is certified through the Delaware Department of Education as a Private Business and Trade School for ages 16 and up and is Department of Labor-approved for adults as well. Courses offered include, among others, GED prep, accounting, computer keyboarding and software, instruction on the state driver’s manual, and ESL. Courses are conducted 1-on-1 and are invaluable for those who hope to become gainfully employed or continue their education, or those who find themselves looking for a new career.

Back to Basics serves clients in Delaware from Wilmington to Newark, New Castle to Middletown, plus surrounding areas of Southern Chester County, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Tutoring is available at the either the Wilmington or Newark Education Centers, in clients’ homes, schools, or workplaces.

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Beverly Stewart, M.Ed.

Beverly Stewart, M.Ed. is President and Director of Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc., an area leader in 1-on-1 tutoring and test prep for children and adults, and translating/interpreting since 1985. In addition, Back to Basics is a Department of Education approved 1-on-1 Private School for K-12, as well as a Business and Trade School for ages 16+.
Email Beverly at, call her at (302)594-0754 or visit on the web at or

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc. is located on 6 Stone Hill Road, Wilmington.

Beverly Stewart inducted to Hall of Fame of Delaware Women