Michelle Rhee , the public schools chancellor of the District of Columbia who drew attacks from unions for firing more than 200 teachers, mostly over student performance, may move closer to the unemployment line herself.
Michelle Rhee , the public schools chancellor of the District of Columbia who drew attacks from unions for firing more than 200 teachers, mostly over student performance, has resigned, effective at the end of the month.
Michelle Rhee , who resigned as schools chancellor of the District of Columbia, is “seriously considering” becoming New Jersey’s next education commissioner, the Star-Ledger reported, citing two unidentified people familiar with the negotiations.
Michelle Rhee , the former District of Columbia schools chancellor, is starting a nonprofit advocacy group of parents, pupils and teachers to work with politicians to improve education in districts across the U.S.
You have to hand it to Mitt Romney and his team. Starting in the first debate, he pivoted almost effortlessly to the center, which is where elections are won. If he beats President Barack Obama, it will be because he Etch-A- Sketched his earlier positions and convinced enough people that he would be a moderate president.
U.S. public-school teachers are facing the biggest challenge to their job security in more than half a century as politicians target seniority rules that make the last hired the first fired when jobs are cut.