Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Rhee and StudentsFirst Set Out to Make Changes

On Monday, Michelle Rhee, former chancellor of schools in Washington D.C., released the blueprint for what she hopes to accomplish with her new advocacy group, StudentsFirst. Initiatives include giving students government-funded vouchers to attend private schools, rating principals based on student achievement and getting rid of teacher tenure. In addition to those initiatives, she is also calling for districts to get parental consent before putting their children in classrooms of low-performing teachers. With Rhee’s recent conversations with multiple state governors, this is surely only the beginning for StudentsFirst.

Is Rhee headed in the right direction?
To learn more about Rhee’s changes go to The Wall Street Journal

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