The Delaware State Board of Education audio recording went up today. Yesterday’s meeting was very interesting between the WEIC presentation, SATs, the Delaware Met decision for formal review, and Dr. Steven Godowsky’s first meeting as Acting Secretary of Education. I had to leave after the Del Met decision and I still need to listen to the decision on the Teach For America sponsored Lead Delaware decision. You can listen to the whole thing at the following link: http://www.doe.k12.de.us/domain/225.
After I wrote about the State Board of Education meeting last night, I thought I would reach out to Penny Schwinn, who publicly stated there is talk about replacing the SAT with Smarter Balanced in 11th grade. I emailed her this morning, and I wasn’t really expecting a response, but I did make sure to include the Public Information Officer at the DOE, currently Tina Shockley (since Alison May is out on maternity leave). This is the exchange that happened:
Clarification on State Board of Education SBA Presentation Yesterday
- Today at 10:32 AM
The following were put as attachments on the State Board of Education website for the agenda on yesterday’s meeting. Schwinn’s presentation says nothing about the bomb she dropped yesterday concerning the DOE considering replacing the SAT with Smarter Balanced, but the audio released Monday or Tuesday will confirm that one!