An Inside Look At The Mindset of The Delaware Charter Schools Network @KilroysDelaware @ed_in_de @RCEAPrez @Apl_Jax @ecpaige @nannyfat @Roof_O @DelawareBats @BadassTeachersA @Avi_WA @TNJ_malbright #netde #eduDE #Delaware #edchat

Exceptional Delaware

I’m sure it will come as no secret that I don’t have a lot of love for the Delaware Charter Schools Network.  I think they have entirely way too much influence on education in Delaware.  Roughly 10% of Delaware students attend charter schools.  In the grand scheme of things, that is not a huge number.  The vast majority of charter school students are in Newcastle County, as they have the largest number of charters.

So why is it that these schools, representing not even a quarter of the population of students in Delaware, cause such controversy?  It could be the propaganda behind them.  The Charter School Law in Delaware was created in 1995.  The original law’s intent is vastly different than the charter school landscape we see nearly 20 years later.  What caused the ground to shift?  One word: Rodel.  When Paul Herdman took the reigns as executive director of…

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  1. lastDEconservative

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    Just heard back from Wes Craven and Co. on my kavips nomination for fear inducing script lines. It seems our pal Angostura here had already been nominated and accepted. Won by a nose, 5 words.

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  2. Thanks lastDE! I accept your nomination and the Kilroys award. I’d like to thank the following people – “View original – 63,457 more words”

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