But do you know what each member of the NJ Educator Effectiveness Task Force makes? The Task Force in charge of creating a system to evaluate educators, but only has one public school teacher (and no public school principals) as a member?
We certainly do not know the salary of Derrell Bradford, Task Force member and Executive Director of Better Education for Kids (ha!). Even though he runs a non-profit which enjoys tax-exempt status.
I'm curious: Chris Christie capped the salaries of school superintendents throughout the state. How does Derrell's salary compare to theirs?
I think it's only fair to ask Derrell - who is such a "champion" of education "reform" - to disclose his salary. If he's going to set up the system to judge educators - and if he wants to use the Merit Pay Fairy to pay them according to the results of that system - he should try living in their shoes a little.
Come on, Derrell: put up or shut up.
I'll pay ya in quarters under da pillow, Derrell.