I’m stuck. I want to help the citizens of Delaware. I want FULL transparency, especially when it comes to education. But we aren’t getting it. That has become painfully obvious in the four years I’ve been blogging. We have been lied to and manipulated. It has to end. I need YOUR help. Continue reading
Refusing to ask for help when you need it is refusing someone the chance to be helpful. -Ric Ocasek
The Delaware State Education Association needs to speak up. Many parents have fought for teachers rights for many years. It is past time you stepped up and did the same for parents. We thank you for supporting House Bill 50, but as I’m sure you are well aware, the battle is not over. The Governor vetoed the bill. I know I ticked you off when I didn’t agree with your support for the assessment inventory legislation, and we are seeing exactly why I didn’t support it now. Legislators, the Governor, and testing supporters are using this as a defense against the override. The plan isn’t even due until June 30th which does nothing for parents this year. We both know Smarter Balanced won’t be a serious part of this conversation. We both know House Bill 50 and opt-out are parent’s reaction to the Smarter Balanced Assessment.
Delaware Parents need your full support in our effort to have Governor Markell’s veto of House Bill 50. Please help us to make this happen. Thank you.
We need more people to sign the petition against the Priority Schools! It only takes 30 seconds, and you are done! These children in these schools are being used by a state that cares more about data and greed than true education. Don’t let the students at the six schools be treated as something less than what they are. It’s all about turning them into charter schools. These children need the educators they have. These educators actually care about these students. They could go to other schools. But no, they choose to stay and fight. For the children of Wilmington. Please sign today, every voice and signature DOES make a difference!