Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sixty Years After Brown: “Segregation Forever”?

Rethinking Schools

We recently learned of an interview by Democracy Now! with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, who discusses the segregation that persists in public schools around the United States. 

Watch a brief segment here:

You can watch the full interview at the Democracy Now! website.

Nearly 60 years after the Civil Rights Act and Brown v. Board of Education decision, Hannah-Jones points out that many public school districts look as though these landmark changes never happened.

“What George Wallace and others like him wanted was all-white schools. All-white schools don’t really exist anymore, but all-black schools do,” Hannah-Jones says. “Sixty years after Brown, integration is gone for many students.”

Hannah-Jones discusses the redrawing of school district boundaries in Tuscaloosa, Alabama as just one example of what she calls the “resegregation of America’s schools.”

“We still have a racialized K-12 system,” Hannah-Jones says. “Black and brown students tend to be in schools where they’re receiving an…

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Government document reveals end of charter schools coming

Full documentation here NASA FUTURE WARFARE DOCUMENT and Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

Did DCPA President bitch-slap Red Clay’s Merv re: DCPA board minutes?

DCPA SPECIAL MONTHLY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Minutes

Special meeting scheduled due to cancelled board meeting last month due to snow storm that closed the school.  This meeting is scheduled to vote on critical items needed.

DATE:  Friday, April 4, 2014                                        

TIME:   12:30PM – 1:30PM*

Board President comment:

President attended Presidents meeting hosted by the Charter Network Group.  State board members were present.  President concluded that DCPA is out of the loop on many changes that are occurring at the state level.  DOE expects Authorizer to keep its charters inform; meanwhile, we are at a huge disadvantage by not having a voice at the table.  Need to engage RC about lack of communication or work directly with DOE so that we are informed of pending or upcoming legislation that impact charter schools. 

President shared that State Board members and Charter Network leaders emphatically believes that our authorizers is to blame for DCPA not being engaged during the performance framework discussion.  Charter Network President did comment that as long as growth is shown – charters are eligible

These comments suggest Red Clay is lacking in providing “their” charter schools the technical assistance required by charter school authorizers. Appears to be, if DCPA was in the loop and informed about critical changes they wouldn’t be on the verge of closure! How can Red Clay school board support closure now knowing Merv left DCPA on autopilot as he slept at the wheel?

  • Financial Update – Mrs. Locks provided a financial overview.  DCPA continues to operate on a tight budget and net/net we are positive however, the operations budget is dangerously close to being negative.  We will continue assessing budget cuts and may discontinue some staffing services to bring the number down. 

Wouldn’t be so tight if they cut back traveling and apparently having a good time on DCPA cash-strapped budget!  Yep Merv asleep at the wheel again! Merv, you need to keep DCPA informed on how to make fiscal responsible decisions. 

OMG! See this! Dear Red Clay School Board! Don’t you dare ask the taxpayers to bail out Delaware College Prep! #netde #edude

De College Preparatory Academy – Department of Education for FY2014-Qtr-3-Jan-Feb-Mar

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Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!! Delaware College Preparatory charter schools a Red Clay chartered school! 

Looks like Super Merv is going to request formal review for revocation Re: Delaware College Prep (Red Clay charter school) Posted on  by kilroysdelaware

Red Clay’s Delaware College Preparatory Academy (charter) is skating on thin ice. Posted on  by kilroysdelaware

Red Clay draws line in the sand for Delaware College Prep Posted on  by kilroysdelaware

Delaware College Prep charter puts Red Clay’s board on the ropes Posted on  by kilroysdelaware

So Merv reports Delaware College Preparatory Academy is struggling financially and might go into the red $$ before the end of the school year and here we have leadership at DCPA having a good old $$$ time. Sure there might be important conferences but when your school is on the $$$ ropes common sense says we need to restrict all travel and unnecessary expense. These credit card expenses were just for the last quarter January 2014 to March 31, 2014 

Don’t you dare “Red Clay” use local tax-dollars to bail DCPA out of it mess!!  

Washington state NCLB wavier ripped away by Arne Duncan

Washington loses waiver on No Child Left Behind Published April 24, 2014 Associated press

Washington state has become the first to lose its federal waiver for requirements of the No Child Left Behind education law as well as control over how about $40 million is spent to improve public school student outcomes, education officials announced Thursday.

State education officials say they received an email from Education Secretary Arne Duncan saying they were losing the waiver because the state did not meet the U.S. Department of Education’s requirement to include statewide student test results in teacher evaluations.

Duncan wrote that he appreciated the state’s effort toward education reform, but said they hadn’t done enough to keep the flexibility waiver.

“Washington has not been able to keep all of its commitments,” Duncan wrote.

Interesting!!! Where does Duncan get the authority to waive federal law aka NCLB in the first place?

Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn both called the announcement disappointing but not unexpected.

Washington expects to lose control over about $40 million in federal school dollars and will likely go back to using its old school evaluation system.

Folks we’re not talking Race to The Top money! 

Districts that do not make adequate yearly progress are required to set aside 20 percent of the federal dollars going to low income schools to provide tutoring or to pay to bus kids to different schools that are meeting the requirement.

The Tacoma school district, for example, has used that money –nearly $2 million — instead to add preschool to five elementary schools and hire instructional coaches to all low-income schools in the district.

So much for expanding early education! Now Washington my cut these programs and more, like Title 1.

Dorn said Washington has made a lot of progress, despite not meeting the goals of No Child Left Behind. He says the problem is with the federal law and inaction by Congress.

“There is widespread acknowledgement that NCLB isn’t working. Congress has failed to change the law at the federal level, so states are forced to come up with workarounds,” Dorn said.

NCLB law needs to END because it is a failed law! The U. S. Department of Education needs to be eliminated.

Where does Arne Duncan get the authority to allow state to waive NCLB in the first place?  

DE DOE Coach Murphy calls a DE DOE team huddle

Word has it DE DOE Coach Murphy called the DOE team in for a big huddle on Tuesday.

I wonder what’s up.

No one is getting a raise?

DE DOE is dumping Common Core Standards?

The Bush Family adopted Murphy?

Murphy and Markell leaving spouses and are becoming life partners?

Heff is leaving the state board?

The old sex scandal not true?

Murphy will reach out the Kilroy to make a peace offering?

Jimmy Olsen is Murphy’s biological son?

Murphy tells his staff he is resigning ? 

Just a routine thank you team for a great job and for you support? 

Stay of the blogs while at work?

Christina board member John Young earned his wings for another board term! Vote John Young #netde #edude @ed_in_de

CHRISTINA SCHOOL DISTRICT
District “D” expires 2019 – Martin W. Nicholson (3/7/14)
John M. Young (3/6/14) **************Kilroy calls it for Young **********

It’s no big secret Christina board member John Young is a in your face kind of guy! Young has helped drive the board away from policies that led to federal civil rights action as a result of Jea Street’s complaint! Those policies were in place prior to John Young and few other board members being seated. Young and other board members began reviewing the complaint and took action. John Young is a proactive board member and sprinkled with big-time grit, capacity and courage!

When going to John Young with questions, you’ll get answers and engagement!

John Young and few other school board members in New Castle County Public schools broke the mold and understand they are “publicly elected officials” not subordinates of the district superintendents! Board members have an obligation to the community and must weight all sides! In the end John Young will do and does what’s best for students and their support network of school employees. Publius might call him a union guy but Young doesn’t hold back in expressing his concerns pro or con. He is open and fair not closed-minded and yep accessible to parents. He’ll throw his phone number out there even on blog post! And damn he’s not shy using his own name rather than hiding behind a fictitious name.

Vote John Young Tuesday May 13, 2014 Christina school board. Your call! You want a voice or a puppet-head with no vocal-cords! Only one choice here Vote with your voice by clicking that ballot-box “X” next to John Young’s name.

Rumor!! Colonial Board Race District G down to two contenders and Melodie Spotts is in to win it! #netde #edude

Update 7:42 p.m. Gary Bennett (3-4-14) – WITHDREW – (4-23-14) Official 

I can’t publish the name of the person dropping out of Colonial’s board race because the department of elections hasn’t made it official. However, I can tell you this, Melodie Spotts is in it to win it!  

Colonial voters, Melodie Spotts helped convince other Colonial board members to record the public sessions of the board meetings and post online for all to hear.  2013-2014 Board Meeting Recordings: Publius might tell you this is no big deal but it is. Now the public can hear word for word of public sessions of board meetings. Melodie Spotts worked very hard to make this happen. There is pending legislation in Dover, House Bill #23 sponsored by state Rep. Hudson. However, it appears she backed-down fighting for it. This legislation would require all traditional public school boards, voctech school boards and charter school boards to record the public session of their meetings. Red Clay, Christina, Capital, Brandywine, Delmar and Colonial record their meetings “voluntarily”! Yep “VOLUNTARILY” The board members of these district heard the call for transparency and Melodie Spotts stepped up! Spotts didn’t wait on legislation and legislation being held hostage and apparently abandonment by it’s sponsor. Spotts knows the public is sick and tired of being left in the dark like mushroom only to have access to vague printed board meetings!

 Melodie A. Spotts.jpg

Melodie Spotts is the only Colonial mom on the school board and mom’s need a voice when it comes to their children and school. 

Mark your calendar for Tuesday May 13, 2014 and vote for Melodie Spotts! 

Forget about Beau Biden’s health and take a look at Uncle Frank Biden

Frank Biden, brother of VP, in Tallahassee to advocate for charter schools by George Bennett | March 4th, 2014

TALLAHASSEE — Among the notables spotted in the Capitol today: Frank Biden, the Ocean Ridge resident whose brother,Joe Biden, is vice president of the United States.

Frank Biden is president of the Mavericks High School in West Palm Beach and director of the Florida Charter School Alliance.

“I’m a charter school advocate and a choice advocate and have a lot of friends up here. It’s always fun to be at opening day. I’m a fan of the political process,” Biden said while standing outside the House chamber before Gov. Rick Scott‘s State of the State speech.

“We are embarking on another year where we want to make sure that the voices of parents and kids in charter schools, public charter schools, are heard. And there’s a great bipartisan flavor around this issue that we want to continue to encourage.” Biden said.

And this !

(Joe’s Brother) Frank Biden “Plans to Save the Country”

Frank Biden plans to save the country, one student at a time. With the dropout rates in the state of Florida and in the entire nation reaching alarming levels, the brother of US Vice President Joe Biden is dedicated to eradicate eradicating the silent epidemic by serving as the President and Director for Business Development for Mavericks in Education.

And over two years ago Kilroy provided this:

WTF !!! Joe Biden’s brother Frank heads a charter school chain in Florida Posted on  by kilroysdelaware

OMG!! Did Lizzie get crystal-meth in Easter candy! What a blog post!

The game of Clue-Politics in Delaware Version By Children and Educators First

I’ll take Jennings in Woodburn’s cellar operating suite of with a syringe of glove cleaner..

OMG good read Lizzie’s post ……………………………..

 

Way to go Appo! U.S. News top Delaware schools 1 & 2

U.S. News tops Delaware schools

Top Ranked DE Schools

To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.

#1 Middletown High School 120 SILVER LAKE RD, MIDDLETOWN, DE 19709

#2 Appoquinimink High School 1080 BUNKER HILL RD, MIDDLETOWN, DE 19709

Did Capital School district board really say no to funding Race to The Top with local tax-dollars?

Capital School Board gets high marks for meeting Letter to the Editor

I went to the Capital School Board meeting last Wednesday night and was pleasantly surprised to see the school board so engaged. The representative from the state Department of Education presented a program offering bonuses for teachers who transfer to lower-performing school districts and meet certain performance criteria. Board member Kay Dietz-Sass asked if the teacher’s evaluation would be affected by opting her child out of the DCAS test. There were other good comments and questions, and the board unanimously voted against this program.

The board also voted not to sustain six of the seven Race to the Top positions the district had wanted to keep and pay for from local tax dollars. The Board President Matt Lindell and the Vice President Brian Lewis, voted no on all seven positions.

I came away feeling hopeful.

Lorraine O. Gloede

Dover

Well I hope this is true re: not back-filling a federal grant program Race to The Top now in it’s forth and final year of funding with local tax-dollars! Why would a superintendent request their board to do such a thing? As far as bonuses, incentive bonuses should go to the school not individuals. If a teacher is unwilling to teach in a low-performing school and will do so for extra money I wouldn’t call them professional. Also, as a parent of a low-performing student at the school these teachers so willing are at, I’d be concern about their engagement of my child. For those so-called professional and in it for the kids require bonuses on top of all the pay and benefits taxpayers provide them for doing their jobs I’d say we have ab integrity issue. Fire those unwilling and hire those who are.

Will Ron Russo open a charter school called Rodel School for Corporate Cheerleaders?

Making the case for Delaware’s charter schools Ron Russo is former president of the Charter School of Wilmington and the former principal of St. Mark’s High School.

Interesting part here.

Currently we are developing a parallel public school system and that can be divisive. Some folks are looking to limit the number of charter schools by limiting the issuance of new charters. We should be implementing successful ideas in all public schools thereby reducing the demand for new charter schools.

At the April 4 Rodel-sponsored program, “Global Education Event – International Lessons for Delaware,” the power point presentation showed that the greatest gains in public education took place when schools had greater autonomy and there was collaborative sharing among them.

Maybe Delaware should take a trip “back to the future.”

Ron Russo is former president of the Charter School of Wilmington and the former principal of St. Mark’s High School.

Well Ron not all of us believe Rodel is the supreme authority. Traditional public schools can collaborate all they want but the charter school movement will move full steam ahead especially with Rodel agents embedded in DE DOE.

Charter School of Wilmington was and is successful because it was wired with enrollment preferences to make it the best free private school in Delaware. If such autonomy is the God particle of public education why can’t those preferences be applied to traditional public schools? Public schools should never be allowed to chose it’s students and when that happens they are not “public” schools. I say eliminate all charter school preferences and hold lotteries for over enrollment. Also, if a charter organizations fails to meet April 1 enrollment numbers prior it’s initial opening date that charter application should be null and void without formal review process. Also, new charter application must pass though impact study.

Theo Gregory puts Mark Murphy is the corner!

Wow what an amazing video ! Way to go Theo Gregory! I think his point is, students are people too! Success in academics must come hand and hand with success of the individuals as they rise above personal and environmental challenges. Theo get’s it correct on “standardized test” as it can’t be the ultimate bench mark. DSTP, DCAS and The Smarter Balanced Assessment is not an evolution to approve achievement achievement as Delaware Secretary of Education Mark Murphy claims. Murphy praises the growth model but is a cheerleader for The Smarter Balanced Assessment a once a year “standardized test”. The Smarter Balanced Assessment is a once a year standardized test narrowly focused on a set of standards just as DSTP was! Theo get;s it right on standardized test shouldn’t be the benchmark to measure the success of a schools. Theo feels there should be a more comprehensive set of evaluation of the schools that include accomplishments in student growth as individuals which translates into better students and “individuals”. Murphy doesn’t see Theo’s points and claims such an assessment of the schools exist! Murphy is wrong as what Theo refers to isn’t in the school evaluation framework. That framework is all review how schools meet the objectives of meeting the common core standards and not in respects to the humanities side of schools.

Murphy says there are no for-profit charter schools in Delaware. Yep Theo is correct re: peel back the layers. He didn’t want to go on record! However, there are lawyers capitalizing on charter schools via services while being part on a charter school expansion. Non-profits though non-profit status they extract revenues for so-called services such as Charter Schools Network of Delaware and Innovated Schools. The money they receive is not consider profit because they use monies for their good causes such as rounding-up charter school children and taking them to a descriptive pro-charter rally in Dover. They use children as political stage props to advance the charter school movement even if that movement tears down community feeder schools. Also, they have “paid” employees. Many people think all non-profits are volunteer services. Mr. Rago, corporation are taking over education! Ins’t it a conflict of interest when the “testing companies” also sell education materials. Education reform is being driven by Wall Street education for profits and a bunch of rich white billionaires and millionaires who think they know best for black children. These same companies have internal weakness that can question racial diversity in their own organization and in cases of financial institutes have a track record of discriminatory lending. There are people within the grassroots charter school movement that would join the KKK if it didn’t impede on the social ranking in society and threaten their bank accounts. In Delaware the charter school movement was seeded within the displeasure of the desegregation order that forced “whites” to be bused in the city of Wilmington and “blacks” to the suburbs schools ending the suburban Camelot. But let’s make it clear, the new breed of charter school advocates aren’t the same as the original grassroots folks. They’ve become unknowingly nothing more than human shields for the racist deep in the roots of the charter school movement.

I agree 100% with Theo Gregory that charters are part of the choice school process and I support that. However, to build charter schools in such a way it duplicates what the district offer is nothing more than financially weakening the traditional schools by taking students under false promises and taking students who obviously have parents engaged. Many of the student left behind are children whose own parents don’t give a rat’s ass about them. Yet there are still many parents who prefer traditional public schools and are concern with the flow of outbound funding to charter schools.  Amen to no real impact studies being done to justify a potential charter school. Many traditional schools offer STEM and more are on track to do so! So how are new charter schools offering STEM innovated and not duplicating what STEM programs traditional schools offer? Race to The Top is working according to Governor Markell and the dropout rate is at a 30 year historical low! So traditional schools got their shit together and the reward is further financial and moral destruction of the traditional public school system to make room for many untested charter school so-called innovations. Mr. Rago, the for profit equation is there but it’s more of individuals planting seeds for personal profit down the road once cleared of elected and appointed potions. Look at the Bush boys Jed and Neil how they capitalized on NCLB.

The reference to charters having 15-16% higher test scores is a bit skewed because, if you extract those charter students specifically chosen based on academic performance you’ll see the truth! The so-called teaching innovations at Charter School of Wilmington cannot be duplicated at Dickinson even if Dickinson hired all the Charter School of Wilmington’s teachers. Those teachers don’t have the skills to be successful in traditional public schools. However, if you put Dickinson teachers in Charter School of Wilmington with CSW the same handpicked students those teachers will be equally successful as CSW’s.

As far as Red Clay’s contributions to this little video session, Hugh did a pretty good job and seemed to be held back by professional protocol. Kind of odd Red Clay cries about the impact of charter schools after approving three themselves. But yes that was the old guard! However, Red Clay’s cries today reinforces those of us that pushed for no more Red Clay charter schools. Just think, if the old guard was still in power how many more charter schools would Red Clay have? Dickinson and McKean eroding because the old guard was too busy building and advocating for charter schools even beyond the bounds of Red Clay. Kind of like lifeguards going out to save 10 drowning children where they could only fit three at a time in the lifeboat and saved the white children first and hopefully had time to come back for the black children. Many of those grassroots reformers are please to see predominately black and white charter schools. However, for some it doesn’t matter because their goal was accomplished long ago that satisfied their dark cold hearts. Thank God Hugh isn’t part of that old school mentality. Hugh is very approachable to all parents and community members. He has a job and assignments to do that job. He is an emerging leader and I encourage him to continue his dialogue with Wilmington leaders as a learning missing and a leadership building opportunity. There is a lot of success in Red Clay and Hugh is the right person to defend them in such forums like this.     

Now I’ll bet there will be some folks coming in here taking cheap-shots at Theo Gregory and yep his former relationship with Moyer Academy which was rated “commendable” under his leadership and never to reach such rating again. Theo has no problem sitting-down at the table with friends and foe and giving them equal voice! Have I ? Damn right! Theo knows the ugly truth!

As far as Delaware Secretary of Education Mark Murphy, his pocket it full of scripts written by the likes of Rodel. Indeed he is personal and articulate but he lacks substance beyond his Rodel programming. Take away his script and put him in a spontaneous town hall meeting setting and he’ll buckle-under!  Just as he did at the New Castle Combined School Boards meeting. Nice person but as a state leader, terrible and must go! The fact is, he is not a leader and is a follower and poisoned by the likes of Rodel. We need a Delaware Secretary of Education that speaks for Delaware children before speaking for Rodel, corporate  America and political agenda.

Hey Rick Jenson, check out John Rago’s slick tactics to bait out guest! I think he would make a great addition to WDEL someday! Duh me! Brain fart! He was with WDEL re: The John Rago Show! I remember being on his show and he thought I was going to drop the F-Bomb on air at Anthony who was calling in! Anthony was to be on the show with us claiming he had to visit a sick friend but the reality was he wanted to attack me.  John’s face was like don’t do it ! LOL 🙂