Henry Clampitt served for years on the Charter School of Wilmington Board of Directors. He left the board earlier this fall. Since then, he has been at almost every single Wilmington Education Improvement Commission meeting, as well as many of the sub-committee meetings. He served on the Enrollment Preference Task Force that looked at application practices, enrollment preferences, and specific interest for public choice schools. He is a well-known advocate for school choice and charter schools. As well, he has also attended meetings of the Red Clay Community Financial Review Committee.
As for why Clampitt is attending all these meetings, I don’t have a clue. Perhaps he is just a concerned citizen. As far as I know, Clampitt doesn’t have a blog. Maybe he is gathering up research and insight to start one. I’m really not sure, but my gut tells me when he makes his move, it will be a very bold one! But to be that intimately involved in all things Red Clay tells me he will be a person to watch in 2016! I would love some insight on this Mr. Clampitt!