The Caesar Rodney Institute had a rally for education reform as part of National School Choice Week, which is last January.
The event took place on January 30th at the St. Polycarp Church in Smyrna.
Jim Hosley had a presentation entitled ‘Restoring Education Equality and Opportunity in Delaware’. He presented data from DOE and national education assessments such as the Annie E. Casey Foundation which show a correlation between poverty and illiteracy. Following that, Mr. Hosley opened the floor to a discussion of what needs to be done this year to push the Legislature to enact measures to combat illiteracy.
The event was sponsored by the Catholic Churches of the Smyrna diocese, led by Father Thomas Flowers.
More information and Mr. Hosley’s presentation at http://caesarrodney.org