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Last year didn't hold great news for District of Columbia public schools. Less than 20 percent of eighth-graders were proficient in either math or reading. Only 61 percent of District high school students made it to graduation. Any city with levels
School In the quiet days of August, after summer school ends and before principals return to work, followers of education issues and news found it a good time to re-hash ongoing debates, ourselves included. Brian Lehrer Show re-aired interviews from
News in pictures From the blogs In its build up to last Sunday's Euro 2012 quarter final between Italy and England, the Italian dail... At some point during the last 10 years or so, the idea that everything that can be taken for free ha... Six years
Michelle Rhee , the controversial former chancellor of D.C. public schools, is a lightning rod. Her confrontational style has made her many friends as well as enemies. As is usually the case, people's reaction to her approach in no small part depends
Zeta Interactive , a full-service, integrated digital marketing agency combining industry-leading talents and creative strategies with innovative channel solutions, today announced the appointment of Minna Rhee as the company's new chief executive
Rhee, a controversial figure in American education, came to Pittsburgh Wednesday and, regardless of what one thought of her work as head of the District of Columbia public schools system, she left her audience with much to think about...She is now
Rhee, the chancellor of the Washington public schools from 2007 to 2010, is the national symbol of the data-driven, take-no-prisoners education reform movement. It's hard to find a media outlet, big or small, that she hasn't talked to. She's been
Brendan Smialowski for The New York Times Michelle Rhee and George Parker in Washington in 2008...Rhee butted heads frequently during her three-year tenure as schools chancellor of Washington with the president of the local teachers' union, George
With states from New Jersey to Indiana searching for ways to modify teacher compensation and teacher tenure laws, the pioneering work by Michelle Rhee , former chancellor of schools for the District of Columbia, has come under increasing scrutiny.
Gray that he will keep Kaya Henderson as schools chancellor after her interim tour would, at first glance, suggest that he is sticking with Michelle Rhee 's controversial school reforms...Rhee 's deputy chancellor, and the two women are good friends.