Delaware Priority Schools: The Truth Revealed Part 18


It’s back, the FOIA that keeps on giving and giving.  In Part 18, we return to the misadventures of the Delaware DOE and their priority school scheme.  Making a return appearance is Dan Weinles from the Christina School District who has some questions.  The reason for the questions is coming in another article….




Add in Dan’s list of questions

Susan, Susan, Susan… “I know we don’t want to name the schools to him so this is a fine line.”  This would be exactly four weeks before the announcement that shook Delaware educators across the state.  The DOE is admitting, with this email, they were purposely holding back on releasing any information to anyone who could do something about it.

Penny, Penny, Penny… your arrogance is starting to shine.  “Frankly, they don’t need to know what percentile of growth they fall in right now, though they could figure it out with the public data set.”  Here we have an employee of the state, Dan Weinles with the Christina School District, trying to figure stuff out.  And Schwinn dismisses him like a fly on the windscreen with her comment to Haberstroh.  “What I don’t want (in my perspective) is to get in a back-and-forth with Christina about the methodology to give them time to campaign against Turnaround before it’s even started.”  Why would that be Penny?  You wouldn’t want to be straight up and honest with a school district?  You are a new employee at the DOE at this point, there only a couple months.  Yet you judge Christina harshly and don’t give a crap about anything but your mission.  I can see how you’ve earned your rep in this state.

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