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Michelle Rhee's StudentsFirst organization praised John Ragan, sponsor of the 'Don't Say Gay' bill, as "a leading advocate for change."
More than 60 students were accused of cheating on Harvard's "Introduction to Congress" final exam. The university has now asked a large number of those students to withdraw, but is that right?
Education reformers like Michelle Rhee and politicians like Rahm Emanuel often point at teacher unions for inefficiency in public schools. But are charter schools the answer?
What's the right strategy to prevent students from losing their academic skills over the summer?