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What's next for Michelle Rhee?
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What's next for Michelle Rhee?

The Post editorial board's Jo-Ann Armao speaks with Michelle Rhee, chancellor of the D.C. Public School system, about the future of her position, her greatest regret and accomplishment and what she thinks of her portrayal as a "superwoman" in the documentary "Waiting for Superman." (October 4, 2010) (Anup Kaphle/The Washington Post)

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