Right now, Rodel is running their Vision conference and they are pimping the “Personalized Learning Experience” to an audience that is sick to death of corporate education reform. But here’s the kicker: The teachers that are trying to sell this to the public have been PAID BY RODEL! That’s right, PAID! They receive a stipend of $1500.00 for 18 months of service to the almighty Rodel. Here’s the proof: http://www.rodelfoundationde.org/deadline-approaching-for-rodel-teacher-council-application/
Teacher Council members serve for 18 months and receive a $1,500 stipend for their time, energy, and efforts. The members will additionally meet with key education policymakers, visit exemplary schools where innovation is transforming instruction, and help scale best practices throughout the state.
The proof is in the pudding. Don’t drink the Kool-Aid Delaware. Wake up now to these agendas that the Delaware DOE uses to further their own interests while the students, teachers and public schools of Delaware suffer.
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You’re a master at uncovering hidden agendas!
Actually, it’s as transparent as saran wrap, but too many Delaware citizens have either drank the education reform Kool-Aid or just don’t care.
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I haven’t heard that simile before. I might have to borrow it!