Michelle Rhee

Students First

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Founder and CEO of Students First, an education reform advocacy group; former chancellor of Washington DC public schools

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Michelle Rhee -- one of the nation's most controversial figures when it comes to education reform -- is in Los Angeles tonight.

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Michelle Rhee -- one of the nation's most controversial figures when it comes to education reform -- is in Los Angeles tonight.

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