Redistricting of New Castle County Delaware’s public schools, a movement to bring social justice to the forgotten Wilmington Delaware public school children; Joe Biden Kids @JohnCarneyDE @DelawarePublic @NAACP @CornelWest @TheKingCenter @huffpost @seanhannity

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  1. The ‘Redding consortium for education “EQUITY”‘ sadly, starts on a misdirected premise put forth by a politically biased DE state educational system, but at least it begins to address the horrific results of school districting that defies ALL logic, fairness and common sense.

    ‘a movement to bring social justice’ is a dog whistle for lack of personal investment and responsibility toward education. As stated in a previous post: the state nor DE education has the funding, can generate sufficient funding or the means to assume re-balancing (i.e.: social justice) of perceived injustices. Redistribution of resources by any means (taxes, funding formulas, etc.) ignores the real problems and cannot solve the ‘real problems’. There is no proof ANYWHERE, where this methodology has proven effective at solving the social problems that responsible residents have not created. Other than completely revamping the methodology of allocating social services. Education and the State Dept of Ed are NOT the vehicles to redistribute ‘responsibility’. It’s intended purpose is to Educate its residents, which the many districts and State have failed at doing sufficiently. Taxing or redistributing more resources will NOT solve the real problems.

    The residents of Wilmington, like other metropolitan areas, have created their dysfunctional ‘bed’. Their children have had to deal with this non-functional bed as a result of bad city and state decisions. Redistributing resources from quasi functional areas to non-functional areas is no different than giving a raise from a functional productive employee to a non-functional low contributing employee, ‘hoping’ the poorly performing employee will do better. How should the functional employee feel about losing his/her raise to the non-functional? This is why any redistribution is immoral. It punishes the functional and rewards the non-functional. If Wilmingtonians, their children, and their city are to flourish, THEY have to invest and be responsible. District resource redistribution will not ‘force’ a small portion of the State to straighten up and fly right. No one has ‘forgotten’ Wilmington children more than the city of Wilmington’s residents who keep waiting for superman to fix what is inherently; their making and their problems. No other residents in the state created Wilmington’s educational morass more than than the disengagement and poor management of Wilmingtonians. If residents want better, they themselves need to stop waiting for superman and fight the real problems they have, while supporting (not blaming ) the mechanisms put in place on their behalf; like the police (regardless of race of officer) and the educational systems.

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