Former D.C. Schools chancellor won't talk to newspaper about testing probe

Aug. 23, 2011
USA Today reports raise questions about testing during Michelle Rhee's tenure in Washington, D.C., schools

From The New York Times: Michelle Rhee, the chancellor of the Washington, D.C., public schools from 2007 to 2010, is the national symbol of the data-driven, take-no-prisoners education reform movement. But as voracious as she is for the media spotlight, Rhee will not talk to USA Today reporters about alleged testing irregularities during her tenure in Washington.

RELATED...from The Washington Post: The New York Times article effectively marks the end of Rhee’s national media honeymoon.

Sponsored Recommendations