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Michelle Rhee , chancellor of Washington, D.C.'s school district, talks about her hard-nosed approach to evaluating teachers.
Go inside the gripping documentary that exposes the shocking state of our school system with director Davis Guggenheim, Bill Gates, John Legend and the controversial Michelle Rhee . Plus, a $6 million surprise for our Angel Network finale.
time he finishes he will be three years below grade level in all his major subjects. And then the film cuts right to Michelle Rhee , the District of Columbia's superintendent of schools, saying, "Most of the kids in my city are getting a crappy
make ready for little girls like Bianca." Clearly, our education system is in dire straits, so who's at fault? Michelle Rhee , chancellor of Washington, D.C., public schools, says children are not the problem, adults are. "Everybody knows
charter schools and more to help make a decision about your child's education. Determine your options Michelle Rhee 's Determination Michelle Rhee , chancellor of Washington, D.C., schools, refuses to back down from her fight against ineffective
their stories The State of Our Schools Davis Guggenheim, the film's director, Bill Gates and education activist Michelle Rhee discuss teachers, charter schools and more. See what they had to say The Making of Waiting For "Superman" Davis
a 29 percent increase over the previous year (a rise partly due to the economic downturn). Founded in 1997 by Michelle Rhee , TNTP is highly competitive (the acceptance rate is 15 percent) and concentrates on career-changers—unlike TNTP
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