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Kate Walsh

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President of the National Council on Teacher Quality, which advocates for changes in teacher education, recruitment and development

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As Chancellor of Washington, DC's notorious public schools, Michelle Rhee got national attention for closing 23 poor-performing schools and firing 500 teachers.

Does Rhee's Departure Signal End to Teacher-Centered Ed Reform?

As Chancellor of Washington, DC's notorious public schools, Michelle Rhee got national attention for closing 23 poor-performing schools and firing 500 teachers.

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