Michelle Rhee, who knows more about education than anyone (ask her), has given individual states a Report Card. Massachusetts got a D+. States that follow the Rhee principles got high grades. California got an F, and state commissioner, Richard Zeiger, told Michelle what he thought of her “F.”

“…California got an F, and Richard Zeiger, California’s chief deputy superintendent, called it a ‘badge of honor,‘ given (he said to the New York Times) that StudentsFirst ‘makes its living by asserting that schools are failing.’ Rhee actually responded in a statement taking him to task for saying it…”

Read more in a great report from the Washington Post education blogger here.