Michelle Rhee

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The new permanent chancellor of D.C. schools is going to be Kaya Henderson, to no one's surprise, and this, to her supporters, is a great thing because she is, as they say, Michelle Rhee without Michelle Rhee.
 
Kaya Henderson named D.C. schools chancellor (washingtonpost.com, March 9, 2011; 10:39 AM)
 
District's interim schools leader may soon get job security (Post, March 7, 2011)
 
D.C. interim schools chief reportedly getting some job security (Post, March 6, 2011; 8:25 PM)
 
Gov. Scott Walker can thank Michelle Rhee for making teachers unions the enemy (By Richard D. Kahlenberg, February 27, 2011)
 
'Bee Eater' takes a critical lookat Rhee's tenure (Post, February 14, 2011)
 
Michelle Rhee's tenure in D.C. gets critical look in Richard Whitmire's 'Bee Eater' (Post, February 13, 2011; 6:03 PM)
 
Scrutiny of Rhee is renewed (Post, February 11, 2011)
 
: Rhee faces renewed scrutiny over depiction of students' progress when she taught (Post, February 10, 2011; 8:52 PM)
 
Rhee's '08 dismissal of teachers improper (Post, February 9, 2011)
 
Rhee's firing of 75 D.C. teachers in 2008 was improper, arbitrator says (Post, February 8, 2011; 8:15 PM)
 
Rhee's successor escapes her shadow; challenges remain (Post, January 29, 2011)
 
Kaya Henderson, emerging from Rhee's shadow, faces new challenges (Post, January 28, 2011; 9:44 PM)
 
Rhee's necessary toughness (By Richard Whitmire, January 22, 2011)
 
Rhee reform model 'has long way to go,' D.C.'s Gray says (Post, January 19, 2011)
 
D.C. mayor offers most explicit criticism of IMPACT teacher evaluation system (Post, January 18, 2011; 10:25 PM)
 
Another Rhee hire to exit D.C. schools (Post, December 28, 2010)
 
Rhee hire to exit D.C. schools; COO Tata will run Wake County, N.C., system (Post, December 27, 2010; 9:28 PM)
 
Washington's person of the year (Topic A, December 17, 2010; 8:00 PM)
 
Excerpt from voices.washingtonpost.com/answersheet: Michelle Rhee, the celebrity, goes national (Post, December 13, 2010)
 

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