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Diane Ravitch, on why Fenty and Rhee lost — an Ed Week blog post in “Bridging Differences,” in which Ravitch and Deborah Meier, both passionate about improving schools, offer their insights on what matters most in education.

Dear Deborah,

On the afternoon of Sept. 14, I attended a private screening of “Waiting for Superman,” the film in which Michelle Rhee is portrayed as one of the true heroes of today’s school reform movement. That evening, Washington D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty—who appointed Rhee and gave her free rein over the city’s long-troubled public schools—lost his bid for re-election. Go to the original…

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