Delaware Speaker of The House Schwartzkopf waits to after he gets caught with pants down to speak on Priority Schools

Speaker speaks out on feud with Kowalko By Amy Cherry WDEL

He blasted Kowalko after the Newark area Democrat released a letter that Schwartzkopf says was released to the media nearly 24 hours before he even saw it.
“I don’t agree with the governor’s plan on the priority schools. I don’t agree that all the teachers up there should have to resign; I don’t think they should have to re-apply for their jobs. I don’t think these principals need to be moved out of their schools,” he said. “I’m directly opposed to it.”

The speaker said he’s been largely silent on the priority schools plan because it’s not a Sussex issue.

Desk-drawer Pete Schwartzkopf is full of shit!

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21 responses to “Delaware Speaker of The House Schwartzkopf waits to after he gets caught with pants down to speak on Priority Schools

  1. He’s the speaker of the house for the state of Delaware, of course he should state his opinion. So what, if it only affects Sussex that’s the only way he will care? I saw him tonight at the swearing-in ceremony for the State Reps. He looked very bold sitting up in the big chair.

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  2. teacher teacher teacher

    “Schwartzkopf appointed new legislators Sean Matthews (D-Talleyville), who’s a teacher, and former Dover City Councilman Sean Lynn (D-Dover) because they have education backgrounds. He said committee selection is about “group dynamics” and that Governor Markell played no role in those decisions.”

    That is funny. They thought to put educators on this committee, yet there are none – zilch – zero on the CAECC. Hmmmmm…

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  3. Publius e decere

    Schwarzkopf made the right call. Kowalko proves it with stunts like this. A pathetic grasping dénouement. Time to switch channels.

    Publius

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  4. Nancy Willing

    In CAECC members, Jenner is a teacher. So one.

    http://caecc.us/?page_id=24

    And talk about desperate, Pubie, can you be more so in panning Newark’s esteemed and beloved Rep. in nearly every post you make on this blog? Who are you trying to impress? The tea party wingnut? Done.

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  5. teacher teacher teacher

    Nope, Jenner isn’t a teacher. She is the president of the DSEA. When I say “teacher,” I mean someone who actually spends time in a classroom every work day teaching children (K-12). And, if you take a very close look at Exceptional Delaware’s FOIA emails, her name in associated with Herdman and Rodel. Something smells rotten to me.

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  6. Nancy Willing

    For some reason I thought she still taught.

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    • Publius e decere

      Ms Jenner is a teacher by vocation. I’m pretty sure that teachers are well represented on this committee, between her and the teachers’ union lawyer. Mark Murphy is also a former teacher but let’s not dwell on that. 🙂

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    • lastDEconservative

      Now, now, Pub, play nice. To Coach’s credit, at least he’s not destroying kids in the classroom per se these past couple years.

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    • teacher teacher teacher

      Pub, she *was* a teacher by vocation. We want teachers who are “actively” in a classroom to represent educators, not just union reps. From my experience, union reps don’t always have the teachers’ best interests in mind. Perhaps, they are receiving kickbacks from the powers that be?

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    • Publius e decere

      I take it you are an agency-fee payor and not a dues payor?

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    • lastDEconservative

      Oh, my, what have we here from 3xteacher ?

      “From my experience, union reps don’t always have the teachers’ best interests in mind. Perhaps, they are receiving kickbacks from the powers that be?”

      “Jenner isn’t a teacher. She is the president of the DSEA. … her name in [sic] associated with Herdman and Rodel. Something smells rotten to me.”

      Could this be the teacher who wished she and her pals could kiss me for disrupting one of the earliest RttT/CC meetings in Christina by asking the $64,000 question of, sheesh, what was her name, the supt at the time, as she dutifully (and pathetically and under the watchful eye of that adult looking fellow from DOE) told a room full of teachers that what they were seeing (and calling capital W Wrong) going on was all in their imaginations?

      Good for you 3x. Rock on. Help shine the light on what’s really going on.

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    • teacher teacher teacher

      Nope, I’m not from Christina. 🙂 You’d be quite surprised, actually. And, I thought I *was* the last Delaware conservative… well, fiscally conservative, but socially liberal. 😉

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    • lastDEconservative

      ” … fiscally conservative, but socially liberal” … qualifies you as “typicalDEconservative”. Try both, you might like it. 😉
      – last

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  7. As someone who spent 39 years in a classroom, I think she’s earned the right to be called “teacher” still. Yes, 39.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Well, if that’s how you see it, que sera, sera. IMHO, on the other hand, every minute serving as a union shill erases a contributory teacher year, assuming such had accrued in the first place.

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    • teacher teacher teacher

      Nope. You waive your right to be called “teacher” once you stop actually “teaching” students. Plus, when your name starts to appear in emails between Markell and Rodel, it starts to raise suspicion.

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  8. If I’m not mistaken, the other gentleman about whom you speak didn’t teach for quite 39 years.

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