News Journal Editorial Board says: “The two sides should step back and start their talks over.” re: Priority Schools

http://www.delawareonline.com/story/opinion/editorials/2014/10/09/moyer-failure-highlights-difficulty-improving-schools/16998137/

I think lame duck has officially arrived. Stunning gut punch to the Governor.

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2 thoughts on “News Journal Editorial Board says: “The two sides should step back and start their talks over.” re: Priority Schools

  1. John Kowalko

    The problem with the editorial is that it implies that there were talks in the first place. There were none. There was no discussion. There was no dialogue. There was no planning for any type of approach. There was no provable data inspired theory. All there was and will be is an egotistically frightening administration that is hell-bent on privatizing public education and crushing unionized educators to ensure that its corporatist partners have access to taxpayer money and to hell with legitimate solutions to improve education opportunities for the inner city, poor and minority families who suffer each and every day under the yoke of corporate greed. To turn a blind eye to the reality that at least trying to cure the poverty epidemic that afflicts our society and providing adequate funding for smaller (by half) class sizes would not improve the plight of these children is an unconscionable and immoral exercise in narcissism and self-promotion that is self evident. Step back? How about stepping down from this self aggrandizing precipice that DOE has decided to place our children on. Disgusting behavior and agendas cannot be reconstituted by more talking when the original conversation was a soliloquy of selfish and self serving ambitions.

    Representative John Kowalko

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