Refusing to ask for help when you need it is refusing someone the chance to be helpful. -Ric Ocasek
Hey, doesn’t Delaware have an offshoot of this? Called Delaware CAN? Yes, they sure do!
50CAN is a corporate reform organization that wants to expand many facets of education reform including increasing the number of charter schools (as well as the money they receive); promote the grading of schools using test scores, and passing state-level legislation for “achievement school districts” (state-run districts).
50CAN has a web site that offers a lot of information on what it believes it has accomplished and what it hopes to accomplish. Of course, one must get past the ed reform fluff, such as that on the opening page:
Hi there! We’re 50CAN!
We’re a nonprofit network of local leaders advocating for a high-quality education for all kids, regardless of their address.
A slight shift from the usual, “regardless of their zip code.”
The mission statement page is also hazy, but it does begin with the “regardless of their address” slogan:
We are guided by four foundational beliefs that make up our…
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