Tag Archives: Michelle Rhee

Tumbling Walls and Other Obstructions

“Self-determination” is such a powerful word.  Like all hybrids, it blends two components into one, and here the result outshines its parts.  With the outbursts of freedom and “people power” still resonating over the Tunisian and Egyptian sands, it is … Continue reading


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Try to “Rhee-member”

Since I began my teaching career in 2005, the state of public education in DC has been the source of much speculation and experimentation.  If I retreat even further to 1995, when my wife and I moved from New York … Continue reading

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