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Why won't she say flat out what her public education vision really is?

What new principal evaluations in D.C. schools really mean.

It wasn't long ago that D.C. officials boasted about history standardized test scores. Oops. Here's what's happened.

You've got to wonder about a school system that institutes a new requirement that violates its own wellness policy.

Why should we keep trying to figure out what happened in D.C. Public Schools in 2008?

The D.C. Council's Education Committee will discuss the standardized test cheating scandal at a previously scheduled hearing on Thursday that, ironically, was intended to be about about test security .

You don't investigate criminal activity by going in and asking, "Did you cheat? Are you sure you didn't cheat?" Everyone should have to testify under oath, including Michelle Rhee.