The Delaware Department of Education got hammered by the 148th General Assembly in February over their FY2016 budget request. This file, released through a FOIA request, shows exactly what the DOE, or more specifically, the Teacher Leader Effectiveness Unit, will lose if these programs don’t receive funding. Previously, these positions were funded through the Race To The Top program which has now been discontinued.
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I had questioned the Governor about this Murphy’s budget. He defended it. Imagine how $7.5 mil could help our schools. Btw, love the “job-embedded coaching”. Yes, DOE are the expects in teaching for the illustrious, long careers in teaching…oh wait…
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The smaller DOE becomes the better for all of Delaware….Eliminate / WIPEOUT all positions tied to RTTT…..The program was a sham !!
Start with eliminating Murphy and anyone he hired…..
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I have a friend or two that work for DOE, not in the teacher effectiveness unit, and the unit was described as a growth on the department of education. I think of it like a cancerous growth..,