Daily Archives: January 20, 2014

DE Sec of Ed Mark Murphy needs to engage in these kind of scandals

Lord Baltimore Elementary Principal & Asst. Principal On Admin. Leave  By Jarred Hill  Posted: Jan 16, 2014 11:44 PM ESTUpdated: Jan 17, 2014 1:11 AM EST

OCEAN VIEW, Del. – A shock for parents and students at Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Sussex County, when it was announced that both the principal and assistant principal are now on administrative leave.

The school district won’t comment on why John Turssline and Melissa Oates were placed on leave yesterday.  All they would say the decision was made, pending further action by the Board of Education, calling it a personnel matter.

Don’t you just love it when shit like this goes on! Whatever it is, it’s serious enough for these individuals to bee put on administrative leave and probably with pay.

Susan Bunting, the superintendent for the Indian River School District said in a statement:

Bunting ??? That’s not the same person slated to replace Mark Murphy is he decides to leave or get’s terminated?

“Beginning on Tuesday, January 21, Gary Brittingham will serve as Lord Baltimore Elementary School’s acting principal and Ann Marie Logullo will serve as acting assistant principal. Both will hold these positions until permanent replacements can be hired by the Board of Education. Mr. Brittingham is a former principal, assistant principal and assistant superintendent in the Indian River School District and has 32 years of school administrative experience. He is well-qualified to lead the school through this transition. Mrs. Logullo is currently an assistant principal at Southern Delaware School of the Arts and has held a variety of administrative positions in our district. She also possesses strong leadership skills and will be an asset to the school staff. The job of Lord Baltimore principal has been posted by the district and we plan to hire a permanent replacement soon. I would like to reassure parents that the recent changes in the school’s administrative staff are not the result of any criminal activity or issues involving the safety and welfare of children. I again wish to thank everyone for their support and understanding during this time of transition.”

“until permanent replacements can be hired by the Board of Education” So which is ? Administrative leave or termination?

OK folks, I don’t want to hear about anything sexual! Folks please don’t go there with it. I will delete and put your I.D. on moderation! 

I know it’s a local issues but with the war on education and radical reforms one would think the Delaware Secretary of Education Mark Murphy would up the stakes on personal conduct. Nothing to do with criminal activities or in putting students in danger. So what’s left ? Morals? Maybe they had an unpleasant argument in front of other staff? So, I guess they’ll be ask to leave for health reason or something and just pop-up at another school? I doubt Delaware for awhile! Whatever it is! Bud again we can no longer just sweep things under the rug.   

Jenny Rhee’s big sis Michele and Chiefs for Change exposed! Delaware Rep. Scott supports Chiefs for Change ask Sec of Ed Murphy!

New Advocacy Group Seeks to Expose Corporate Ties to Ed. Department By Katie Ash on January 14, 2014 3:00 PM EducationWeek

A new advocacy group, Integrity in Education, has filed Freedom of Information Act requests to expose connections between the U.S. Department of Education officials and for-profit education companies.

The group, headed by Sabrina Stevens, a former teacher and American Federation of Teachers staffer, launched today during a conference call with reporters. It will focus on exposing connections between K-12 public education and for-profit education companies and countering arguments laid out by groups promoting free-market reforms for education such as StudentsFirst and Chiefs for Change.

Integrity in Education Launches to Shift Education Debate in America and Oppose Corporate Front Groups Led by Rhee, Bush and Others


“Just as with our efforts, some of which you support and others not, there are elements of the organizations efforts which may differ from ours but that does not diminish the value Delaware and Mark can receive from associating with the organization and leaders who share our desire to transform our education system to provide our children the best possible education. Please review the attached information and let me know if you have additional questions.”

Darryl M. Scott
State Representative – 31st District

Hey Gov. Markell ! Quick dump your K12 stock!

K12 Inc. (NYSE:LRN) Investor Alert: Investigation over Possible Violations of Securities Laws

San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 01/15/2014 — An investigation on behalf of investors who purchased shares of K12 Inc. (NYSE:LRN) between September 12, 2012 and October 8, 2013 over potential securities laws violations by K12 Inc. and certain of its directors and officers in connection certain financial statements was announced .

If you purchased shares of K12 Inc. (NYSE:LRN) between September 12, 2012 and October 8, 2013, you have certain options and you should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 – 1554.

The investigation by a law firm focuses on possible claims on behalf of purchasers of the securities of K12 Inc. (NYSE:LRN) concerning whether a series of statements by K12 Inc. (NYSE:LRN. regarding its business, its prospects and its operations were materially false and misleading at the time they were made.

In December 2012 a media report entitled “Profits and Questions at Online Charter Schools” raised serious concerns about K12’s business practices, alleging that its schools inflate their student rosters, are underperforming academically, have detrimental student-to-teacher ratios and gain wrongful access to public funds. Shortly after that a lawsuit was filed against K12 Inc. over alleged securities laws violations. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of investors who purchased K12, Inc. common stock during the period between September 9, 2009 and December 16, 2011. In 2013 the lawsuit settled for $6.75 million.