Enjoying every minute might be a stretch.
Early on in Rhee's tenure (Feb. 2008) there was already strong opposition
to what Rhee was proposing.
JOHN MERROW, NewsHour Correspondent: Unions in Washington, D.C., are upset with Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee.
COMMUNITY ACTIVIST: What we have here is a takeover. It is not reform; it is dictatorship.
JOHN MERROW: Parents have their problems with her, too.
COMMUNITY ACTIVIST: You're telling these people that they've got to take your plan. Let's be realistic about your plan, Ms. Rhee.
JOHN MERROW: Even grandparents are angry.
COMMUNITY ACTIVIST: I'm telling you that you are not being serious about taking parent and community input into account.
JOHN MERROW: What goes through your head, when people are yelling at you like that?
MICHELLE RHEE, Chancellor, D.C. Public Schools: I don't take that personally. Those people feel passionately about their schools and about public education and, frankly, we need more of that.