Anybody who's interested in the state of public education should know about Michelle Rhee, the controversial former chancellor DC of public school.
Rhee was determined to reform the failing schools --and she did.
A few years later, investigations put into question whether those astronomical gains were even real.
Rhee has since founded an organization call "Students First" which is advocating on school reform based primarily on reforming unionized teaching. She wants states to abolish tenure and add similar measures often rejected by organized labor.
Today, student's first issued a "report card" that grades California with a "F" based on whether or not the state follows the reforms the group is advocating for.
Find the report card here.
And find a related article by the New York Times here.
A very timely Frontline documentary on Rhee will air starting tomorrow at 10 a.m. at local PBS stations. Check it out!