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Mike Magone

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Twenty-five years ago, an unemployed former teacher took a job she knew nothing about.

"Zero idea. None."

Rachel Vielleux jumped in blind, completely unaware that she would be a judge, a school boss, a negotiator, a lobbyist, an accountant, a paper-pusher, a data collector, an evaluator and, most important of all, a living, breathing encyclopedia of education law.

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