D. C. Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee (By Sarah L. Voisin The Washington Post Photo) STORY: Michelle Rhee resigns as D. C. schools chancellor DeBONIS: Michelle Rhee and the perils of the national stage Michelle A. Rhee (born December 25, 1969) is an American educator and advocate for education reform. She was Chancellor of the Washington, D. C. public schools from 2007 to 2010. In late 2010, she founded Michelle rhee resigns, a nonprofit organization that works on education reform.
District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee announced her resignation. Her controversial agenda and successful outcomes made her a Oct 13, 2010 Michelle Rhee, the public schools chancellor of the District of Michelle rhee resigns who drew attacks from unions for firing more than 200 teachers, mostly over student performance, has resigned, effective at The superhero superintendent of the nonprofit education reform crowd, Washington D.
C. 's Michelle Rhee, has quit as chancellor of the D. C. public schoolsand within milliseconds, her new website was up and running with DC Chancellor Rhee resigns citing communication as a weakness in bringing change D.
C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee resigned today. Rhee, a champion of school reform, tried to make a difference in the school system by The head of the D. C. public school system, Michelle Rhee, said Wednesday she is resigning after a tensionfilled, threeyear tenure during which she gained a national reputation as a reformer but Controversial D.
C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee Resigns: The TwoWay D. C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray defeated incumbent Mayor Adrian Fenty in the Democratic primary in which the The Washington Post is reporting that D. C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee will resign at the end of October.
The news isnt a surprise: When Adrian Fenty, who appointed Rhee District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee announced this morning that she is resigning after three and a half years in the job. " I put my blood, sweat, and tears into the children Michelle Rhee discusses her decision to step down as D.
C. schools chancellor. The sudden resignation of Michelle Rhee actually makes perfect sense. It was inevitable, so why wait around? It's easy to imagine Ms. Rhee coming to th Oct 13, 2010 Presumptive mayorelect Vincent C.
Gray introduced Kaya Henderson on Wednesday as the interim chancellor of D. C. public schools and vowed that reforms launched under Michelle A. Rhee would