No thanks to sellout Rep Hudson but here is a link to a live feed of Perry White’s main event : Imagine Delaware re: Wilmington public schools

http://www.livestream.com/delawareonline

Rep Hudson bails on recording school board meetings but NJ’s Perry White live streams his Imagine Delaware and looks how minorities are eating out of our hands. More kicking the can down the road and more preaching to the choir! How long is long enough??? Wilmington needs to control all schools within the city even the charters!  

OMG Trojan Horse “imagine Delaware” I thought this was about Wilmington?

OMG Perry White is a God! David coined Imagine Delaware!  And in comes Markell !!

Poor Jack Markell was handed a mess! Data data data ! What Markell can’t even thank Kilroy for all of Kilroy’s wonderful work! I thought is was about addressing the needs of “Wilmington”.  Wonderful news Jack but want about force busing of minorities outbound, Wilmington! ZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZ ZZZ ZZZ ZZZZZ

What about Wilmington ? Yep another task force ! Go figure ! More money but not smaller class sizes! Sound like Jack is running for president ! BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS more BS BS BS !!!!!!!!!!!!! Get the hook !!!!!!! ZZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZ ! Yikes Priority Schools ! BS BS BS BS ZZZ ZZZZ ZZZ !

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OMG Jack slams federal judge for setting district boundaries! Remove Christina from the city !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Red Clay needs to be very very careful!!!!!!!!!!!!!MarkellBeersitdwon

Markell can’t smell his own fart ! 

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Hey big boy how about a kiss !

OK Tony is educated ! “He has a PhD somewhere. “David Soookola” LOL 🙂 Mike Matthews WTF !!!!!! Who let him in the house! I am warning you Red Clay ! Don’t do it! jackkneepads

OMG Merv is in the house! Don’t do it Red Clay!

OMG Brown Vs The Board of Education! “Now is the time to act ” Tony says! Is Perry White drunk? History on Brown vs Board !!! ZZZZ ZZ ZZ ! So Tony who was sleeping on the job or kissing ass? No unified plan re: charter schools! Here we go!! Boot Christina out of Wilmington? Colonial gets bitch-slapped !

Don’t do it Red Clay!!!!!!!!!!!!  Wilmington don’t need a voice !! They need their own school district !!!!!! Such cowards !!!!!!

Sokola is up at bat!  Come on Dave spit it out! Sokola use to be a board member on Charter School of Newark! WTF he’s tripping over his own tongue! WTF is he laughing about? He is lost !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Must be the Xanxa!!!!!!! 🙂  

Round two for Sokola ! Weighted funding ?? “great question”! Mark Tucker???? Book? Shanghai !!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a dick! The Shanghai Experiment! AKA super charter school!  He is lying ! China rounded-up all the brightest students in China and brought them to Shanghai ! The can just bounced off the wall and hit Sokola in the head! Tony is on Sokola’s $$$$$$$$$$$$$ ass ! 

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Mike Matthews on weighted funding!! NO NO Mike, money won’t come from North Star to fund Red Clay’s new schools from  Christina!

Speak up Lizzy!!!!!!!!!! Parent power ! And the time is now for Wilmington parents to united! Yikes referendum! So will city “Christina’s”  property taxes go up to match Red Clay! Yep if they become part of Red Clay!

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Mike Matthews is on deck ! Perry White digs at Mike on his position on charters re: cherry picks! Mike is being baited out! Shit Perry White takes another jam at Mike !

Markell opposes cherry picking why can’t Matthews ?  

Lamont !! Money money money is what we need! Yikes wait, need right leaders in the school because it would be a waste $$$ if school didn’t have good leaders! Lamont pokes at Mike 🙂 ! Lamont is right not all charters cherry pick! Lamont seems to be straight up ! I like that! OMG Matthews has concerns with Lamont’s views! Chris Coons is in the house! 

What more charters in Wilmington in the next five years ?????????? Getting charter thick!!!!! Who is speaking that introduce themselves !! Statewide charter plan?

??? from audience! How long will it take for Red Clay to takeover Christina’s schools and how much! Merv says, nothing in the pipeline! Would take two years to even consider such a move! Yep you are correct Merv! Laws need to be passed for such a plan!  Damn Merv , you’re talking cold reality! Support support support!

Sokola, rides Merv’s coattails! Sokola is CLUELESS !!!! 

Digital voting coming up !

Back to priority schools! Tony is not taking Perry White’s bait ! Good for you Tony! 

Digital voting !!!!!!!! Do you support 

Matthews steps up to defend his teachers! So if Mikes teachers leave these schools because of being disrespected how does that help the kids they love!

Go Steven !!! Perry White plays Merv against Steven a Red Clay teachers! The concerns are mental health services within the schools / social worker! Merv, is being fair and talks about the “family” not just students! Sounds like schools need donation of clothes for cloth closets! Wow sounds like schools are becoming social service centers!

Vickie !! Yea !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You go girl !!!!!!!!!!!!! Worked in charter, private and public schools!  Big concern attendance! What are we going to do about that!

Merv yea long bus rides! Kilroy said more the reason to have a city school district!

Tom Gordon in the house!!!!!!!!!!! Possible candidate for governor 2016 

Conversation about funding per student per schools! Not cut and dry! 

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Matthews up to bat! OMG innovation GER A GAERE G GEEE GAE ! WTF Mike ? Brain fart ? 🙂

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Lamont back on leadership! Go Lamont ! 

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OMG boring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The preaching to the choir continues! However, funding seems to be a big topic! 

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Is that Kevin ???????????????????? You tell them ! LOL 🙂

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58 responses to “No thanks to sellout Rep Hudson but here is a link to a live feed of Perry White’s main event : Imagine Delaware re: Wilmington public schools

  1. Yeah, that was me! Lots of familiar faces around the old charter fest! Not much of a DOE presence there, except for the one face I see everywhere! I thought I saw Blowman earlier. Lots of legislators, including my own rep who came all the way up from Dover. I asked lots of charters, especially the ones that haven’t opened yet, what their thoughts were on parent opt out. I was surprised by a couple of them. There was also a high degree of snobbery in that place. East Side Browne got a few digs in at some other charter schools over enrollment preference. I thought Mike did really well. He looked nervous beforehand, but he made excellent points. Merv got put on the spot a couple times. Browne was very defensive about the whole charter cherry picking argument. Sokola….yeah, the whole Shanghai Surprise thing was out of left field. Allen raised many interesting points, but what nobody said was who the hell is going to pay for all this? According to Sokola at the 1/28 House Educ. Comm. mtg, higher assessed values on all Delaware homes would raise extra cash. But that didn’t come up at all tonight. At the end, some guy from U of Del brought up the whole bussing issue asking why the hell we are still doing it if all it does is cause segregation? DId Kilroy disguise himself as a professor? If anything, tonight showed me the chasm between charters and traditional schools has never been wider. More on that later…

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    • Publius e decere

      Lamont Browne did not call out other charter schools. He simply said don’t treat all charter schools the same in your opinions. Lamont Browne also called out Matthews on multiple points. Like testing, accountability and results. And then Sokola called out Matthews on the dysfunction of blind seniority in union rules.

      The star of the forum was Lamont Browne. He called it straight-no-chaser, no one was sacred but everyone was accountable to personal responsibility, to stop complaining, and to own up to what you CAN control and stop whining about what you CAN’T control.

      Now I “might” have looked at the recording online. But my parochial nature prohibits me from feeding Kilroy’s HB-23 beast. So let’s leave it as an unknown — Maybe Publius was there and maybe not.

      One clear message from Publius: Lamont Browne stole the show and deserved to. He gets it.

      Publius

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    • Yes, but here are the facts in the things aren’t so rosy at Eastside as Markell and Browne would have you believe. The class Markell cited, that shot up to such great heights in proficiency went from 62 kids in the first year to 29 kids a few years later. What happened to 33 kids? See this for what it is, a prop, designed to suck the people in and bow to the almighty East Side. And yes, he DID get some digs in. Sookola with his Shanghai book is peddling crap that nobody talks about anymore. Common Core is no longer about competing with China anymore. It’s about being “college and career-ready”. Or so they say…

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    • Publius e decere

      I know, KO, nothing is good unless you say it is good. OK (whatever).

      I “choose” to buy the message of personal responsibility, action rather than complaints, “my money” rather than “your money” for solutions, and to call out the false narrative of teacher infallibility. So did — and does — Lamont Browne based on what he said tonight. At least that is what I saw on the HB-23 video. 🙂

      I realize you have strong views on what a school “should” be. A haven for no testing, no rules, no competitive students and no limits on funding. So why don’t you take advantage of the DE law and start up a charter school based on that philosophy? Rather than trying to force others into your view of things, why not set up a school and see who applies? The MARKET will tell you if you are a Lone Lunatic or a Niche Nutter. But I can assure you that you are NOT an Aggregate Animal.

      Publius

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    • Children are not a “MARKET”. They were treated as such by many in attendance tonight. But what I didn’t see there tonight was what everyone was talking about….children! I don’t mind testing. I said that tonight. Summative and formative testing. It doesn’t have to be about one standardized test that the DOE has publicly said has no consequence for the child from the state. Personally, I think our schools need MORE rules in certain areas. I do think teachers need to be evaluated, more than you know. But not over a standardized test score. It’s not about competition when the kids aren’t on the same level playing field. As much as I would love for that to happen, special needs kids and children from the greatest poverty may never be able to close the gaps. But what are their grades? How do they do on classwork? Homework? These are the things that are never talked about. When did we get away from that? When their was money to be made…
      I really can’t see the DOE authorizing anything I would be a part of 🙂

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    • In regards to funding, start taking all those six figure salaries out of the DOE. Take away the charter school bus slush fund. Consolidate some districts and get rid of all the admins running around. And make charters a line by line item on the budget. Nothing should have no limits on funding, unless you’re Family Foundations, but that didn’t really work out too well for those two…

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    • Publius e decere

      Well, you’ve proved you should NOT be on a finance committee. That’s OK. It just isn’t your strong suit.

      As far as I can recall, the CCSS lay out what should be taught. You know, things like math and science and history — and the students’ ability to actually demonstrate facility with this knowledge rather than prove they can game a multiple-choice test. Then the SBAC tests to see if the student learned what the teacher should have taught. Sounds pretty summative to me. The SBAC isn’t supposed to be easy, it is supposed to challenge students to demonstrate meaningful learning, to challenge teachers to stop teaching The Life Of Riley and instead to teach meaningful skills, and to systemically improve outcomes over time.

      Let’s follow Lamont Browne’s suggestions: no excuses, self reliance, aim for excellence, and measure and test and learn how to improve based on it. A philosophy we can (and should) all get behind.

      Publius

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    • Unfortunately everything is a market. Everything. Things that aren’t a competitive market, probably suck. Kevin, are you competitive?

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    • I do think it should be up to parents to be able to opt out of standardized testing. I didn’t used to think that much about it. What is with this latest one? My kids have never ever ever said a word to me about standardized tests. They’ve actually always liked them. To them it means ‘no homework’ that week!! With this one, both kids have voiced concern to me. With one begging me to pull him from it.

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    • PM, competition and choice get better results? Competition, but its very nature, creates winners and losers. Well, I think no child should lose and that is why sycophants like Publius just don’t get it: competition is bad for schools.

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    • Sorry but I think being competitive is a motivator and I think it is human nature at it’s core.
      Just look at the comments on here. You guys compete for the best ‘dig’ at each other all the time. Don’t act like you’re not competitive. I think you thrive on it.

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    • I guess bringing everyone down to the lowest common denominator is better?

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    • Publius e decere

      Of course my point is missed. The competing systems of ADULTS vie for students so that all students can win. But not all systems of adults are apparently there to serve students, and the adult-centric systems are always going to be at a disadvantage. Lamont Browne spoke about getting the best from adults in order to serve students. Mike Matthews spoke about how adults were not happy with being told they were not serving students. For Browne it was about the students. For Matthews it was about the adults (in his case, the union members) being respected without question or conditions.

      Maybe Red Clay teachers union should embrace some of the proven methods of Lamont Browne. Maybe Christina School District should admit that they are losing 3-4% enrollment annually in a state with rising population. Maybe all districts and the DOE should actually try and facilitate raising charter school enrollments (and full funding) in line with public demand. Maybe it is time to admit that the 1970s style of districts and unions and school-controlled elections are as out of date as white tennis balls, 5-inch athletic shorts, and lamb-chop sideburns.

      Some adult systems are past their prime and should be retired. Unions for one. Let’s try a professional association instead, one which spends its time on raising its own membership’s value and capabilities rather than organizing on a 1950s “us versus The Man” industrial model.

      Or maybe just try no union or association at all. How is that for innovation? Try every teacher acting as an individual professional;. Let’s try it for say 7-10 years and if it isn’t working then the workers can elect to return to the industrial model which is in place today.

      Let’s innovate. Collaborate. Motivate. Something any real MBA should recognize.

      Publius

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    • kilroysdelaware

      Publius “One clear message from Publius: Lamont Browne stole the show and deserved to. He gets it.”

      Wouldn’t day he stole the show but I found a little new respect for him. All in all the event that we thought was about Wilmington was just a Perry White Trojan Horse paid for in part by Rodel to stoke the flames that Delaware schools are a mess and parents need choices. At the end of the day in my opinion, Wilmington needs it own school district with full control of all school within. Moving some of Christina schools to Red Clay doesn’t fix the problem of lack of traditional high school and adequate middle schools. Red Clay was penalized for poor performance re: priority school takeover by Markell. However , labor would support a Red Clay takeover rather then seen union jobs be gone re: charters. But if those schools go to Red Clay Wilmington property taxes must go up to match Red Clay’s. Certainly if taxes were equalized at current rate where would that extra needed money come from.

      The event SUCKED however thank you for the live stream (imagine such transparency taking place! I wonder if we can do that for school board meetings) and OMG! Also live unscripted questions. The poll questions suck! The question online I read didn’t say transfer Christina’s schools to “Red Clay”! Could have meant to private operators like charters or management companies bu not classified as charters.

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    • Publius e decere

      “Labor”? How quaint.

      I think CSD should be required to pay reparations to RC for the next 15 years, $6,000 per student if we are going to negotiate but $2500 per student in a “Buy Now” discount. Deal?

      Where are the poll questions?

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    • Sounds like the charter lobbyists arrived hanging onto pickup trucks with screeching tires and firing wildly into the air. I guess they felt comfortable among friends,

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    • lastDEconservative

      “The star of the forum was Lamont Browne.”

      Perhaps. For showmanship, clearly.

      Something was missing, he was more Richard Gere than Mother Theresa, IMHO.

      I kept thinking about the oriental girl “expert” of something Kilroy put up a week or two ago who testified before Congress (?) with the librarian glasses, which I got the distinct impression were props. But I could be wrong. Hard as that is to imagine.

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  2. Publius e decere

    Holy can of tomatoes Kilroy, did you steal my bottle of Makers Mark? What a wild ride of rant. Take two Advil (and a few hairs of the dog) and call us in the morning.

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  3. Dr. Brown was a sideshow. No substance, just reformy talking points. I know people VERY familiar with him and the program. It’s not what he says it is. But since is shows they way Jack likes, he uses Dr. Brown. Jack uses anything expedient to his agenda. Nothing new there. In fact, when Jack praises, look for the smoke. Someday, I hope Dr. Brown sees that light rather than gulp even more Kool-Aid.

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  4. Yeah, let’s follow Lamont Browne, and consider for enrollment ONLY those who complete the application process, fulfill all parental/guardian requirements, and adhere to our behavior standards.
    We’ll have stellar scores and off the charts graduation rates. ALL of us!

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  5. If Lamont Brown is the best you can do, then Charters are finished. Did anyone bring up what ever happened to those 33 who got dropped? I think that would be a great story to interview those 33 children and THEIR PARENTS about what they currently of Lamont Brown and East Side Charter School.

    That would show the other side of the story… Exactly where did those 33 go after getting the “boot”? Did they matriculate to an even better school? What were their scores last DCAS? If they were in a public school, receiving better teaching than anything out of East Side, were their scores higher than those peers who unfortunately had to stay at East Side?

    It is ironic that the actual percentage of that class which got kicked out was 53%. A majority… And even more ironic, the 47% who stayed behind and were kept in that prison called East Side Charter…. well,,, they don’t matter.

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  6. Did anyone call out Sokola when he said people were voting with their feet… The footprints all lead to the dominance of public schools. Not charters. Didn’t almost every charter almost fail to meet their preliminary roster, required by state law?

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  7. kilroysdelaware

    rants and pictures :). Just Kilroy blogging on the fly! At the end of the day Markell fucked up public education not Christina. The NJ is an agent $$$$$ for Rodel and the business group who buys most of all the print ads keeping NJ breathing!

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  8. Did anyone call out Sokola when he said people were voting with their feet…

    Now we have the chairman of the Senate education committee openly celebrating white flight? On the week of the Selma Bloody Sunday anniversary no less. For shame.

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    • Publius e decere

      Nice try at baiting, Chum. You’re still skunked.

      Sokola did criticize union seniority rules. Matthews got pretty torqued over it.

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    • because he criticized them with pure, unadulterated ignorance. Apparently you do like that.

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    • Actually that was pretty silly for Sokola to do. Mike was wise to keep on the issues at hand… No one chooses a doctor to do an operation who is still in medical school; all prefer those who have experience at operating on live patients and succeeding when they did so..

      Why Sokola thinks that an teacher untrained is better than a doctorate whose taught 40 years, makes him look even more idiotic than he did after his China syndrome meltdown episode…. Anyone know if he smokes crack? Certainly looks like it.

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  9. So the panel consensus was in favor of rendition of public schools to Red Clay where they will be more easily charterized? Do we Red Clay parents and taxpayers get a vote?

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  10. Mike, you had a vote. it was the referendum. this has been in the works from before the referendums were won/lost

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  11. Question: Was BSD represented on the panel last night? I don’t think so, and yet… there was a lot of talk about moving Christina and Colonial out of the city and splitting the city between the two remaining districts.

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    • Publius e decere

      BS-d, schmee-S-D. If they want a seat at the table they need to embrace what the public wants, not their uni-size view of things. Too bad, with some broad-minded thinking they could go long. Right now, they are playing a wedge.

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    • Shame on pubie for all of the lies he tells. BSD Super Holodick was scheduled for the panel to replace Merv before Merv bumped him back off. Rodel controlled the guests. No one really knows what the public “wants” no matter Dave Sokola’s cooing about crowd size as a excuse for why all years prior work went unrealized.

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    • Publius e decere

      No, actually the public is expressing its demand very clearly. Just listen.

      As for SuperH, why would he be on the panel when the WEAC proposal “excludes” any consideration of BSD? If BSD wants in on the dialog, the first thing they need to offer for their ante is to return the PS building to high school service — which is what it was designed for.

      Publius

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  12. lastDEconservative

    Masterful. I’ll give Ledford that. I’m sure he got roses from Beldar, DoE, and Rodel.

    For those blinded by the light, and/or not sure YET what is really going on here, try this:

    120 minute event.
    700 in attendance. Allegedly, but still.

    9 minutes, opening self congratulations: NJ, UW, NJ
    15 minutes Beldar
    7 minutes panel intros by/from Ledford
    28 minutes of -agenda based- questions by/from Ledford

    -1 filtered audience card question
    -11 public questions/comments
    -12 minutes actual voices of the public being heard (10% of the clock)
    -26 minutes panelists “answers”

    Still don’t get it? What question was sitting in the corner like the proverbial 800 pound gorilla?

    If all the answers are here before us, as is the brain trust, why are we not 25 or 45 years into the implementation?

    No?

    Okay. Who is to make any, no, all of this happen, now, whether 50 years late or 3 days ahead of its time? One governor, who left the event? One union boss? A grad student? Ahh, last, that’s not fair to point out that big implements need a big leader. This is govt schooling (not education) we’re talking about. Collaboration. Stakeholders.

    Egg Zackly.

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    • lastDEconservative

      I see some of you DF Kilroy denizens scratching your heads wondering, “so what?” Let me restate a couple points.

      That’s 27% more time taken by one lame duck magniloquent governor TALKING (a time during which one is unable to listen), than the entire 700 guests got to speak and be listened to, albeit by a puerile audience on the stage, said governor hearing (perhaps) none of it, having moved on to another event by then. Maybe he watched the video later.

      That’s 2 1/3 times as much time spent by Ledford presenting HIS agenda based questions than the entire 700 guests got to present their little issues and be listened to, albeit by a puerile audience on the stage.

      Self aggrandizing opening remarks combined with Ledford’s introductions (again, speaking, not listening, and at the same time, keeping the supposed group destined to act on the public’s soon to be voiced will, hearing only himself, not the great unwashed) took 1/3 more time off the clock than the time allotted to the public’s voice, albeit to a puerile audience on the stage.

      Masterful manipulation. Probably 3/4 of the crowd left pleased with the event and with Ledford, et.al.

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    • Ahhh, the feel good (or not so feel good) meeting with no action list. As anyone with a modicum of business sense knows, to call a meeting without a clear agenda of objectives (other than to pontificate) is both a waste and ineffectual. Herein lies “our” government” and “media” laid bare at it’s normal best. The sausage makers know that making sausage is unpleasant but if anyone is to have the enjoyable end result the components of the sausage must be broken down and the tasks must be completed. This is where the necessary leadership is so desperately wanting in our local and state governments. No one wants to do what needs to be done for fear. Don’t attack the unions, don’t go after prevailing wage costs, don’t demand (personal) student or adult responsibility, don’t demand results, just talk about stuff.

      It is worth noting that the group came together. It is worth noting that censured topics were presented. It is worth noting that some of the issues of the 4 NCC districts were presented in some form but will there be “effective” results?

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    • Publius e decere

      OK I’ll bite. Down with unions, up with accountability, down with prevailing wage, up with results, down with dogma, up with individual contribution and achievement. Wash rinse repeat. Call me crazy.

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    • Publius e decere

      So here is the answer. Let people enroll in Eastside if they wish to. You are free to not enroll in Eastside if you wish to not enroll. Certainly you can agree to this?

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    • Publius, stop drinking tonight! I know you probably heard some things you didn’t want to hear earlier tonight, but you aren’t making sense man! The whole point of magic is nobody sees it. Once it is exposed, then the true magic happens!

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    • Here is a better idea. Raise marginal taxes up to 100% on all corporations and individuals earning more than $1 million per annum, and use that to fund East Side Charter School. Decouple per student funding.

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    • lastDEconservative

      kav Mazzotta.

      “Here is a better idea. Raise marginal taxes up to 100% on all corporations and individuals earning more than $1 million per annum … “

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    • Publius e decere

      LDC, you remember that “Clinton 1040” which used to circulate through Dilbert emails?

      1. What is your income?
      2. Send it in.

      Publius

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  13. Greg MAZZOTTA

    Friends,

    FYI, last week the 2015 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching held it Education Summit on School Improvement.

    Delaware was represented by a few…neither a State level education organization nor Higher Ed. How perplexing is this to behold that after 15 years of successes in Quality Education, local, regionally, nationally, Delaware remains challenged in the designing, building, and sustaining of state-wide resources, derived, in part, from state quality programs.

    Most interesting…was the participation of a large health care organization there, I suspect, to be in a better position to support it’s work force as well as to recruit and retain talent.

    PA was well represented with Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh and the Graduate School of the University of PENN. Where was UD, WilmU, Wesley, DTCC? DDOE?

    Does Delaware Education have a Knowing-Doing Gap? We’ve realized success in 2000 to 2008, and then WHAT happened?

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  14. Greg MAZZOTTA

    M Ryder,

    You might like the work of Margaret Wheatley, who in 2000 spoke
    at the National Quality Education Conference, along with Nancy Grasmick, SecED of Maryland.

    She spoke about Love and Fear in school organizations, Well worth
    noting and contemplating.

    Favorable Outcomes.

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  15. Coolspringer

    I am at a loss with the proposal for a Wilmington School District. I don’t know any city leaders that really advocate or want that anymore, and when I look around at public commentary the idea of a countywide district comes up a lot more frequently. I really think it’s time to move beyond this regressive idea, Kilroy.

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  16. No dog in this fight

    Greg M. asks, “Does Delaware Education have a Knowing-Doing Gap?” I think Greg has the gap — I don’t think he knows what he is doing.

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