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Blogs: Michelle Rhee Vs. The Washington Post

Actor-1904Who Censored the Washington Post’s Rhee Item?
Core Knowledge Blog
By explaining the behind-the-scenes machinations and showing how powerful people maneuver to affect coverage and spin perceptions, they were treating readers like grownups, holding both Rhee and the paper itself accountable. But what happened?

Ms. Rhee: apologize, don't leave Hay Mathews
So please, Ms. Chancellor, say whatever you have to say to get us past this rough spot. I can see why national political leaders are afraid to apologize for things they did. Their opponents just use their words to beat them over the head harder. But you are in a very strong position.

It Depends on What the Meaning of “Transparency” Is Education Next
The problem here is not just the secret judges—it’s the administration’s seeming belief that transparency means whatever it wants it to.

Can ESEA Renewal Be Bipartisan? Alyson Klein
Republicans seem to have mixed views on whether the Obama administration's hopes for a bipartisan reauthorization of the law are realistic.

Budget, ESEA Reauthorization Ed.Gov
Secretary Duncan talked with reporters about the ED budget and reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Listen to the conference call.


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Shouldnt it be Michelle Rhee and the Editorial writers (including Mathews) vs. the news?

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