Michelle Rhee says D.C.'s children would pay the price if education reform is abandoned.


Michelle Rhee says she and Mayor Adrian M. Fenty have no regrets about the pace of reform they undertook in trying to fix one of the nation's worst-performing school districts upon her arrival in June 2007, even if it has cost him--and possibly her--their jobs.


Michelle Rhee's future as schools chancellor is in doubt after Adrian Fenty loses the D.C. Democratic Primary.


The outcome of the D.C. Democratic mayoral primary could decide the face of Chancellor Michelle Rhee.


A new proposal may clear the way for some New Orleans schools to return to local control, rather than spend another five years in the state's recovery school district.


The president will address students Tuesday at a Philadelphia school.


Mayor Richard M. Daley has not only had an outsize influence on America's politics, but also its education system. He just announced that he will not run for another term.


The nation's top credit-rating agencies give Denver's pension deal two thumbs up


Michelle Rhee is a polarizing figure in the Sept. 14 mayoral primary in the District of Columbia.


A new survey released today finds that few school districts are familiar with the four federal models for turning around low-performing schools and even fewer have implemented them.


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