Governor Markell get’s “F” on Component V of Governor’s Evaluation

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Delaware ranked 20th business-friendly state Written by Wade Malcolm The News Journal

Forbes magazine recently listed the top states for business, and Delaware – long known as business-friendly – came in … 20th. Huh?

As for Delaware, the magazine ranked us eighth for labor supply, 16th in business costs, and 21st in growth prospects. For quality of life, we were ranked 38th

As Governor Markell sows his seeds for life after public office where he’ll collect personal dividends on being Delaware’s front-man for the Wall Street ponzi scheme sucking profits of the backs of poor Delaware students he get’s a big fat “F” on his evaluation.

Obviously Markell never set out to be the change agent when it came to the economy. He had his sights on education reform where he fell completely on his face! Word has it he can wait until his term as governor is OVER!

Not only Jack Markell will go down in…

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Common Core Is Crumbling At The Top…..

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Common Core was like selling quantum mechanics.  It would require a full fleet of advocates that were spread across the nation, harping its values while keeping dissent from being published….

Syria and the NSA and the Budget Deficit and Debt Ceiling crises have changed those dynamics.  There is not enough of a sales team to shock and awe the people over Common Core.  The one word defining Common Core to the vast majority of Americans is………….  “huh?”

Educations Week called it today…

“U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan faces an increasingly rocky education policy landscape and wavering support for his aggressive K-12 agenda—at a time when his stack of bargaining chips is dwindling.”

“That’s likely to leave him even more dependent on sanctions and persuasion in the administration’s final three years.”

“As Mr. Duncan’s second-term strategy unfolds, some states and their schools chiefs are balking. At least four states are…

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