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D.C. to Give 300-Plus Educators the Boot

In news likely to keep people in D.C. and beyond talking for some time this summer, District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee has fired more than 300 educators for poor performance.

You can learn more in a must-read interview with Rhee by my colleague Steve Sawchuk on his Teacher Beat blog.

Read up and enjoy your Friday!

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