I want to know: what are Michelle Rhee's performance standards for her new position?
Superintendents, chancellors and the like receive their salaries independent of whether or not their district shows improvement on unreliable state test data or more reliable information (say, district infrastructure improvements, employee satisfaction and retention data, etc.).
But seeing that Ms. Rhee is now outside of public education and working as a lobbyist, I'm sure that the charge she led to evaluate teachers is one she's modeling for all of us, right? What is her value-added assessment? When will she publicize her results, much as the LA Times does for LAUSD teachers?
Or are value-added evaluations only for the little people?