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Posted at 10:51 AM ET, 10/13/2010

Michelle Rhee & the Twitterverse

By Washington Post editors

By Washington Post editors  | October 13, 2010; 10:51 AM ET
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Rhee's resignation is music to my ears. Now, DC can really get back to working on real school reform not working on reform that gets the Chancellor screaming headlines and then movie deals and spreads in mags and journals. She got what she wanted. You watch she will go on to make big money. I loss faith in her sincereity when she posed on a mag cover standing in a chair with a broom. How insulting to the citizens of DC. Get out, Get out now.

Our schools need reform absolutely. But not with someone at the helm who is all about herself. Good riddance.

And let's be clear this is a diverse city-whites dont "totally" control the DC agenda.

Posted by: Verdy | October 13, 2010 4:45 PM | Report abuse

Rhee's resignation is music to my ears. Now, DC can really get back to working on real school reform not working on reform that gets the Chancellor screaming headlines and then movie deals and spreads in mags and journals. She got what she wanted. You watch she will go on to make big money. I loss faith in her sincereity when she posed on a mag cover standing in a chair with a broom. How insulting to the citizens of DC. Get out, Get out now.

Our schools need reform absolutely. But not with someone at the helm who is all about herself. Good riddance.

And let's be clear this is a diverse city-whites dont "totally" control the DC agenda.

Posted by: Verdy | October 13, 2010 4:46 PM | Report abuse

Rhee's resignation is music to my ears. Now, DC can really get back to working on real school reform not working on reform that gets the Chancellor screaming headlines and then movie deals and spreads in mags and journals. She got what she wanted. You watch she will go on to make big money. I loss faith in her sincereity when she posed on a mag cover standing in a chair with a broom. How insulting to the citizens of DC. Get out, Get out now.

Our schools need reform absolutely. But not with someone at the helm who is all about herself. Good riddance.

And let's be clear this is a diverse city-whites dont "totally" control the DC agenda.

Posted by: Verdy | October 13, 2010 4:46 PM | Report abuse

Rhee's resignation is music to my ears. Now, DC can really get back to working on real school reform not working on reform that gets the Chancellor screaming headlines and then movie deals and spreads in mags and journals. She got what she wanted. You watch she will go on to make big money. I loss faith in her sincereity when she posed on a mag cover standing in a chair with a broom. How insulting to the citizens of DC. Get out, Get out now.

Our schools need reform absolutely. But not with someone at the helm who is all about herself. Good riddance.

And let's be clear this is a diverse city-whites dont "totally" control the DC agenda.

Posted by: Verdy | October 13, 2010 4:46 PM | Report abuse

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