In reading Matthew Albright’s News Journal article on the Priority Schools from Thanksgiving, it’s very clear there are some “read between the lines” parts of the article. The most glaring is the parts by Deputy Superintendent Hugh Broomall:
“We’ve been able to work collaboratively with the Department of Education and our school communities to come up with a plan that we think is in the best interest of these schools and their students,” Deputy Superintendent Hugh Broomall said.
This sounds good, right? The key words are “school communities”. This does not show the overall community. Part of the whole reason for needing more time was to work with the overall community. Something Christina School District has done. But Albright goes on to say this:
Broomall encouraged anyone in the affected schools’ communities to read the plan and reach out to the district if they have concerns.
So Red Clay is going…
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