Charter School of Wilmington fails to meet state standards re: Financial

Delaware Financial Performance Framework Report The Charter School of Wilmingtonsee page 5 & 6

*2012-2013 ratings could not be completed as the school’s audited financial statements were not submitted to the Charter School Office by the October 1 deadline. Schools not complying with the audit deadline will receive an overall rating of “Does Not Meet.”

Charter School of Wilmington is the only charter school listed on this report “not” complying with DE DOE financial reporting regulations. So DE DOE and the state board of education just walks away with notation Charter School Wilmington claims their dog ate their homework assignment! 

Red Clay School “board” is the charter school authorizing and oversight agent for Charter School of Wilmington  and should take notice and “action”.

15 responses to “Charter School of Wilmington fails to meet state standards re: Financial

  1. oh Publius, Publius…..

    You simply MUST answer this one, being as close as you are…

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  2. When CSD can lay claim to state recognition for academic excellence, you can throw your stones at a glass house.

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    • excellent conflation of separate issues, or deflection as it is more correctly stated.

      Apologist alert!

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    • When CSD can lay claim to state recognition

      Who, in their right mind, would seek recognition from such abject dysfunction as the Delaware DOE, the most reviled state cabinet department in Delaware, bar none.

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    • Wait… what? Are you saying that because CSW gets good test scores they needn’t obey the law/rules? Why yes, I do believe you are.

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    • You’re funny Pandora, they didn’t file their financial records in the appropriate manner with the right check boxes selected in the time required. They are truly the scourge of DE ed aren’t they. Disregard that they have operated for multiple years providing education that the parents have been asking for, for years. They truly represent what is wrong with Delaware Education don’t they? Never mind all the other issues in NCC education, THIS IS THE CAT’s MEOW of Education corruption.

      John, the fact that you don’t see the issue of our poor state education and that this school has been noted by reputable educators, officials, other third parties here and elsewhere is part and parcel of why your comments speak for themselves. Keep your cryptic (Nancy’s word) comments flowing though, they make you feel more important. It had nothing to do with DOE, it has everything to do with providing education instead of babysitting.

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    • M Ryder,

      find one single statement from me in which I make the point you claim I have made.

      Bottom line, you made an inference. Wrong at that, but par for the course with you it seems.

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    • M Ryder on the obfuscation train!

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  3. Nancy Willing

    ha!

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  4. Ya’ll need to be quiet! CSW has been listed in Newsweek. NEWSWEEK!!!!! They are the pride of Delaware. They are equally as important as Ruth Ann, Joe Biden, etc. CSW is above criticism!

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  5. Is a school that doesn’t meet the Performance Framework standards still eligible to receive those new-fangled performance bonuses from the HB 165 charter slush fund? What the hell are the criteria for those bonuses anyway, and how frequently are the awarded?

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  6. John Kowalko

    Mike O.
    You should ask those questions of the sponsors (Scott, Jaques and Sokola) the Governor and DOE and perhaps the chairs of the JFC who put that money in the budget. I promise you I’ve queried that same information in committee and on the floor and was left to voting against the bill as my only option.

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    • lastDEconservative

      “I promise you I’ve queried that same information in committee and on the floor and was left to voting against the bill as my only option.”

      Hail the warrior!

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    • “I promise you I’ve queried that same information in committee and on the floor and was left to voting against the bill as my only option.”- does that mean you didn’t get an answer to those questions? or what were the answers? I don’t understand your sentence, sorry.

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  7. There were no satisfactory or legitimate answers given to me so I debated against and voted against the awful piece of legislation and was joined by 8 or 9 colleagues. I think it’s obvious what I’ve said and contended before, during and after HB 165 being introduced, passed and signed into law and my opinion of many parts of that bill is unchanged. You can refer to my op-ed in the NJ on the subject.
    A separate fund (of taxpayer money) established by the Gen. Assembly and accessible to only 8% of the public school students in the state is an unfair distribution of that taxpayer money which should be available to all public schools and students. There are other major components of that law that will contribute to an exclusivity of admissions and an unfair lack of diversity and resources available to public education in Delaware.

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