A father’s cry for his son Re: failure of a Delaware charter school promise

I’ve decided to reblog “Jon’s” story from Kilroys Delaware. It’s long, and wordy, and it was a wonderful experiment Kilroy allowed me to do on his blog. I’ve learned a lot since then, and my hope is readers have as well. I stand firm with my beliefs in this story, and I still want the legislative ideas I had at the end to happen. When this first came out, reactions were varied. And now, here we are, on the cusp of Common Core, testing, and special education task force meetings. The opportunity for change has never been greater. See Exceptional Delaware’s humble beginnings, and see how ripples can be created based on what seem to be unrelated events.

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Epilogue: A father’s cry for his son Re: failure of a Delaware charter school promise #netde #edude