Keep the Conversation Going!

I want to first say thank you to the teachers, parents, community members who voice their opinions and share their thoughts on educational issues, that is really the only way we are going to improve things here in Delaware. I know you can be discouraged and wonder if your voice is being heard. I can tell you, yes you are being heard. Keep speaking up, keep having conversations, demand change! There are people who are listening and who also want things to change. We have a new Secretary of Education who is going to be appointed next week. I know he will listen and be more visible. Elections are coming up, have conversations with your Representatives and your Senators; now is the time to get their attention and have your concerns heard.

I get texts, emails and Facebook messages all the time from people, not just in my district but outside my district, just sharing their thoughts, concerns or may just have a question. People just want to know that someone cares. Please do not lose hope, things will change, we just got to keep the movement going.

Don’t forget, if you would like something published, just reach out to me, it can be posted anonymously. There is a tab on the top of the main page, Contact Rep. Kim Williams, click on it and send me a message.

Take a deep breath, it is Friday, have a great weekend!

2 thoughts on “Keep the Conversation Going!

  1. John Young

    I am generally disinterested in his visibility, and listening is only valuable when actions result from the listening that mirror the listening.


    1. John Young

      Like you I am hopeful, with a shovel full of skepticism, because the staff in the DOE remains in place and so clearly on the wrong track.



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