In one of the most interesting pictures I’ve ever received, it made me question why we even have a Delaware Secretary of Education. On Tuesday, Atnre Alleyne (the former Delaware Department of Education employee, the co-founder of TeenSharp, and the Director of DelawareCAN) posted a Facebook memory from a year ago. The interesting part is the picture he put with it because that was NOT in the original post at all. Continue reading What Is The Purpose Of A Delaware Secretary Of Education?
Out of all the articles I’ve written on this blog in three and a half years, none were more intense than the story about a student named J in the Smyrna School District. It took a considerable amount of time to write the ten part series about what happened to J in the district. But I wouldn’t trade that time away for a minute. While the story wound up having a happy ending, it caused a lot of folks in Delaware to take a very close look at student discipline, zero tolerance, and expulsions.
The Smyrna School district has been tough with discipline. In my opinion, they have used the heavy hand more often than not. Case in point: the State Board of Education has two more Smyrna appeals coming up. In looking at their history of appeals the past few years, Smyrna comes up A LOT! For J, he is doing well at Smyrna High School and is happy to be back in the district.
To read all about what happened with J in case you were living under a rock last summer, here it is:
I am predicting now Kim Williams will have a HUGE year in 2018. Judging by a draft bill she sent into circulation for sponsors yesterday, she is already starting off 2018 on a high note for me! Continue reading 18 Who Will Make An Impact In 2018: Kim Williams & Her Awesome Bill In Circulation