On August 31, 2018, Delaware Public Media ran an article by Larry Nagengast regarding the reorganization of Christina schools and quoted DelawareCAN Executive Director Atnre Alleyne:

None of that has been easy – but the really hard work is only beginning.

“We need dramatic action before we can conclude whether this is a win for students or merely an adult way to plan and strategize,” says Atnre Alleyne, founder of TeenSHARP, a program that helps low-income students prepare for college, and Delaware CAN, an education reform advocacy network.

Alleyne’s point is quite clear: a lot of planning and strategizing will take place during the upcoming school year, and it will take at least a year, or more likely several years, to determine whether the plans put together in the next 12 months will have a positive impact.

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