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Sometimes you just have to reach down and give that extra 2%

February 18, 2013

Charter School of Wilmington has 55 educators, and 56 responses recorded for the Tell Delaware survey. Damn overachievers 🙂

The survey has been extended a week, so I suppose we could still see more responses from CSW.

Vote early and often!

Update 2/18: I thought this discrepancy was likely innocent and was more amusing than scandalous, but apparently DOE took it seriously enough to contact me with some very reasonable explanations. Namely, the initial count may be slightly off, or teachers work in different buildings but voted in another, and that the counts will probably be corrected later. Of all the things DOE chooses to take seriously on this blog!

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  1. John Young
    February 18, 2013 at 6:47 am

    Reblogged this on Transparent Christina and commented:
    there’s at least one other school with more respondents that eligible, some survey!

  2. February 18, 2013 at 10:24 am

    I think during this extra week, they are allowed to use “enhanced interrogation.”

  3. February 18, 2013 at 4:04 pm

    As someone familiar with surveys can tell you, that is the proof you need to know that the survey is not being tracked. It is anonymous after all. Most likely administrators at CSW were keeping track of who did the survey and who didn’t, and didn’t believe one person who told them they did, so they made one up for them.

    As usual with these types of surveys it is a good possibility that many were made up as well, particularly that some of those at CSW actually did call in more than once to weigh the survey.

    But from this, it is also clear that when the survey is done, who you are, is completely anonymous.. They can’t find out who you are when you cheat; they can’t find out who you are if you disagree. That should relieve fears of anyone still hesitant….

    But why are only three districts responding? Why no Brandywine, no Red Clay, no Indian River?.

  4. February 18, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Found the other districts btw…

  5. John Young
    February 18, 2013 at 4:22 pm

    made up surveys that Kavips suggests seems a bit scary for accuracy sake

  6. John Young
    February 18, 2013 at 11:33 pm

    or teachers work in different buildings but voted in another,

    This makes no sense as they are telling teachers to take the survey from anywhere, including home. The codes, which are allegedly anonymous, belong to the building. So CSW was issued at least 56 codes for a 55 member faculty.

    Still fishy, and the DOE’s response to you clarifies nothing.

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