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School Reform Must Address Both Poverty and Teaching

School chancellor-turned reformer Michelle Rhee is engaged in a battle royale with schools expert and public schools defender Dianne Ravitch. Rhee argues that poor...

Oprah, Reagan and Mitt Romney’s Views on Education

Asked nearly half a dozen times whether or not he would overturn President Obama’s decision to stop deporting undocumented youth, affording them the opportunity...

Review: The Death and Life of the Great American School System

by Marvin King Any serious student of K-12 education performance and reform efforts must read Diane Ravitch’s The Death and Life of the Great American...

We Should Not “Slow Down” School Reform

by Michelle Rhee and George Parker We hear it often. ‘Slow down. You’re moving too fast. It’s too much too soon.’ Those of us involved...

Michelle Rhee in The City of Nothing to Lose

Some fairly odd musings in Philadelphia these days as former District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee is spending quite a bit of time...

Rhee Exits, But Fenty Write-in Campaign Churns

As Michelle Rhee moves on, questions abound regarding the fate of Mayor Fenty and DCPS.

Mark Zuckerberg Floods Newark School System with $100 million Donation

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg will be donating $100 million over five years to the perennially troubled Newark public school system.

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton Offers Support to Upcoming D.C. Mayor

Once the next mayor of the District of Columbia had been chosen, the city's delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives, Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), offered her support.

Michelle Rhee’s Mixed Reviews Bad for Adrian Fenty?

A recent Washington Post poll conducted over the summer finds that Democratic voters in the District of Columbia are mixed on their views about D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee, a sentiment which could predict voter turnout in the contentious Fenty-Gray election.