Who is funding the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission? Who provided funding for the paperbook book for the Wilmington Education Advisory Committee? What role will all four school districts in Wilmington play? Will more committees be added to WEIC?
These are just some of the questions that were asked by the Red Clay Consolidated Board of Education to WEIC Vice-Chair Tizzy Lockman and Policy Advisor Dan Rich. The 2nd part is where the real debate kicks in between Dan Rich and board member Catherine Thompson. She raises some very valid points about the potential of Red Clay getting clobbered in all of this. Dan Rich, at another point, raises the whole point about WEIC not just being about the redistricting, but also education reform for the whole state. Which raises my question the other day: why should the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission, filled with representation from only one of the three countries in the state, not have many representatives from Kent or Sussex County?
Part 1: WEIC Presentation Begins around 27:00 mark
Part 2: WEIC Presentation continues about 3/5ths into the audio