National Education Reform
Michelle Rhee, chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, talked about her professional life, her role in hiring teachers, continued training for teachers, the process of closing schools, and school vouchers among other topics. She answered questions from National Press Club President Sylvia Smith. close
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Michelle A. Rhee Chancellor District of Columbia Public Schools
Sylvia Smith President National Press Club
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