Taking the Measure of Michelle Rhee



By 04/11/2011

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In this podcast, Paul Peterson analyzes two new reports on Michelle Rhee’s performance as D.C.’s Schools Chancellor and describes his new findings on the gains made by D.C. students.

Two separate studies, one by Alan Ginsburg and one by an NRC committee, argue that D.C. students did not make very impressive gains when the schools were under Michelle Rhee’s leadership.

A closer look at the data, however, reveals that Rhee has outperformed her predecessors.

For more information, please read “The Case Against Michelle Rhee.”




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