StudentsFirst

Public Schools Are Not Corporate Proving Grounds
Where I take apart the ridiculous notion that weak, powerless teachers somehow mean strong, effective education. Read more...
Rick Berman Aims At Teachers Union President, Makes It Personal
Who is leading the charge against teachers' union president Randi Weingarten? Choose your favorite billionaire. Read more...
Disclosures reported through July 2012 reveal an organization engaged in nothing but political activity. Read more...
Hedge fund manager Dan Loeb is wooing teachers' pension funds to invest their funds with him, while simultaneously working to eliminate their jobs. Read more...
Rhee continues her endless book tour with Bill Maher, but this time faces more interesting questions. Read more...

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As you read this, Michelle Rhee is marshaling the troops to march on for Los Angeles Unified School District students. Because we all know Rhee puts "Students First," right? Here are her public reasons for the march: To drive voter Read more...
From March 2012, Michelle Rhee discusses how education impact national security on Soledad O'Brien. Ah yes...Michelle Rhee and her group, Students First, really really care about the national security risk due to our educaitonal standards. Too Read more...
Rhee with Foster FriessWake up, progressives. Michelle Rhee and her Rupert Murdoch-funded StudentsFirst organization is not progressive today, it wasn't progressive yesterday, and it won't be tomorrow. StudentsFirst has no problem with states Read more...
This post makes me sad to write because I know many good people at Change.org and was, at one time, in the running for a job back in 2009. What is happening to Change.org and other organizations should worry all of us. With venture capitalists Read more...
I suppose the one good thing to come out of this is that Campbell Brown, who has absolutely no business talking about education in any way, finally reveals herself as the stealth Romney campaign advisor we have all known she is. Before I Read more...