"The part of Michelle Rhee will now be played by... Campbell Brown?"
It’s testing season in America, and despite of how students do, it’s clear who is already flunking the exams: Major media outlets and an entrenched education regime that’s prevailed in policy making for over 30 years.
Who is leading the charge against teachers' union president Randi Weingarten? Choose your favorite billionaire.
While groups like StudentsFirst like to spend time demonizing teachers for the US's relatively low PISA score, there's really only one stat that addresses the problem, and no one wants to talk about it.
If you want to vote for someone who shows every sign of being a corporate-loving, right-wing friendly Dem-in-name-only, vote for Cory Booker.
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Rhee continues her endless book tour with Bill Maher, but this time faces more interesting questions.
Heads up, Los Angeles! Billionaires want to own your school district so they can privatize it.
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
If someone unfamiliar with the state of education reform in this country were to watch this little lovefest with Stephanopoulis and Michelle Rhee, they might be left with the conclusion that she's a Democrat with a hunger to fix the schools, a
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