Michelle Rhee announced on Twitter that she is not pursuing the Secretary of Education position or any position with the Trump administration.
Buzzfeed’s Molly Hensley-Clancey in calling Betsy DeVos a conventional choice for Secretary of Education erroneously states she opposed Common Core.
On Saturday President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence met with Betsy DeVos and Michelle Rhee both of whom are Common Core advocates.
Education Week reports that Preisdent-elect Donald Trump is slated to meet with Michelle Rhee as his search for an Education Secretary continues.
Who will President-Elect Donald Trump appoint as his Secretary for Education? Shane Vander Hart looks at the speculated short list.
Today’s Moring Education article at Politico discussed StudentsFirst involvement in the 2012 elections. It also sheds some light on why the Common Core is entrenched within the Republican ranks and some Governors. Former D.C. Chancellor Michelle Rhee directed hundreds of thousands of dollars in the last election cycle to conservative candidates and organizations through her […]
By Dr. Daniel B. Coupland On May 29th, 2009, Arne Duncan, the new Secretary of Education for the Obama Administration, gave a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. In the speech, he said, We want to raise the bar dramatically in terms of high standards. What we have had as a country, […]