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Breaking News: @MichelleRhee (Johnson) Continues to Spread Fertilizer

The Huffington Posts reports that Michelle Rhee Prepares To Leave CEO Job At StudentsFirst, Group She Founded. Is there a more polarizing figure for critics or uniting for supporters of education “reformers”?

In today’s Breaking News comic above, Michelle Rhee (Johnson) discusses her career change.

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For my favorite Michelle Rhee post check out Michelle Rhee vs. Julian Vasquez Heilig on Twitter

For Michelle Rhee doing the Harlem Shake with a variety of other “reformy” types see photo below. Yeah, that dance craze happened. Harlem Shake: Rhee, Alter, Jeb, and Rick Perry

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About Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig (706 Articles)
Julian Vasquez Heilig is an award-winning researcher and teacher. He is currently a Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership at California State Sacramento.

5 Comments on Breaking News: @MichelleRhee (Johnson) Continues to Spread Fertilizer

  1. You got a needs improvement from Jeb Bush’s voucher blog.


  2. Bill Thomas // August 13, 2014 at 7:15 pm // Reply

    Professor VasquezHeilig,

    I teach at a title one middle school in San Antonio. Recently, the Anne Frank Inspire Academy opened up and is now accepting applications. One of the questions on the application form reads “Does the student have a documented history of a criminal offense or a juvenile court adjudication? If yes, please explain. My school does NOT do this.

    Is this allowed? Wouldn’t this scare off marginal students? Please comment.


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