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Daily Archives: May 17, 2013
The full withdraw of Christina school district from Race to The Top puts Delaware Governor Jack Markell behind the eight-ball.
CSD Super pretty much tactfully told Governor Markell to kiss his ass! Keep am eye-out for some political jockeying with Markell and Muphy threatening a state takeover of Christina School District. I’d go ahead and shove CSD up their ass!
Toughened teacher preparation standards in Delaware win final approval Written by Nichole Dobo and Jonathan Starkey The News Journal May 16, 2013 11:26 PM
Delaware lawmakers gave final approval Thursday to a measure that aims to strengthen teacher preparation standards at the state’s colleges and universities, a proposal that was central to Gov. Jack Markell’s legislative agenda.
The changes, proposed in Markell’s State of the State address in January, passed 37-2 in the House. It passed the Senate earlier this month and now heads to Markell’s desk for his signature.
Looks like two state Senators are doing more work for teacher’s rights than than teachers union representatives.
Amendments failed Thursday to nix the GPA requirement and data reporting elements of the bill. Rep. John Kowalko, a Newark Democrat, said the bill represented the “height of legislative intrusion where we don’t belong. It prematurely eliminates students from entering into their chosen career path by legislating away their choices and options,” Kowalko said.
Rep. Paul Baumbach, also a Newark Democrat, said the bill placed undue burden on the state Department of Education by requiring the agency to oversee data on grads.
Wild man Kowalko! He puts it on the line for labor and labor sits on the sideline with their heads up their asses!
The new regulations would not apply to colleges outside of Delaware, and those graduates remain eligible to work in the state if they pass certification exams. However, the largest supplier of teachers in Delaware are in-state colleges and universities, federal and state reports show.