Red Clay continues to lose students to charter schools and Red Clay students gain 59 more seats at Charter School of Wilmington

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Well here is the lasted report of Red Clay students fleeing Red Clay’s traditional schools. Also as you can see, Red Clay students gain 59 more seats at Charter School Wilmington aka a “Red Clay” school. Earlier this year Charter School of Wilmington’s board of directors made an illegal vote that required a formal charter modification that put Red Clay students last on the enrollment preference. However, Red Clay’s school board aka the charter authorizing authority for Charter School of Wilmington order their board to rescind the “illegal” vote. Sure Red Clay traditional schools lost 59 more students to CSW but the fact remains, CSW was designed by Red Clay to serve Red Clay students FIRST! The Red Clay community needs to keep an eye on CSW board of directors who acted in bad faith! And OMG look at Alonso go !!!   

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4 responses to “Red Clay continues to lose students to charter schools and Red Clay students gain 59 more seats at Charter School of Wilmington

  1. Red Clay reaps what it has sown.

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  2. It’s very interesting to look at the numbers of students they had registered on June 25th compared to the number of students that actually enrolled and attended by September 30th

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  3. No information published on in district/our if district attending RCSD TPS.

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  4. Publius e decere

    Tax money does not belong to the district. The district is the accountant. The money flows THROUGH THE DISTRICT to the public school where the student enrolls, and the district (in tax-collector mode) sends it there.

    The district has two roles: tax collector, and school operator. If they confuse the two roles they are conflicted. The money belongs to the public and to the aggregate choices of its students. It does not belong to the district bureacracy for its one form of schooling.

    Let’s get vouchers into this and have a further-REAL discussion.

    Publius

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