TweetPolitico has tracked the IP address of a website attacking former D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee to the American Federation of Teachers. The site, which refers to Rhee as “the[…]
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TweetIf you’ve never done so, take an occasional gander at StudentsFirst blog. Michelle Rhee‘s organization puts some interesting posts up about the issues she’s confronting in education reform. As expected,[…]
I’ve been saying that that if our education system – the Government Education Complex – falls, it will fall quickly. It will appear unassailable up until it simply collapses of its own weight, expense, and internal contradictions. I think that is starting to happen, and I think the Parent Trigger is an idea that will accelerate that process. That is why it deserves support.
TweetAs someone involved in the education reform movement, I hate to criticize Michelle Rhee. That said, if you want to bring about a better education system, you have to identify[…]
TweetFrom the creative geniuses behind “The Tiger Woods Story” and “The Passion of Mel Gibson” comes what might be translated most accurately as “Gun-Toting Adrian Fenty Versus Teachers Union Zombie Clowns”:[…]
TweetThe timing may not have been expected, but the outcome certainly was: Michelle Rhee, the controversial chancellor of Washington, DC’s public school system, announced her resignation this morning. I wrote[…]