For the past several years, three billionaires have foisted untested, unreliable, metrics-driven, in humane teacher evaluation policies onto our nation’s teachers.

In this misguided effort to find a yardstick to reduce teacher quality to a number, no one has been more energetic than Bill Gates.

As the anti-high-stakes testing movement grows, and as the wreckage piles up (see Atlanta, El Paso, and DC, for example), the metrics movement looks more ineffectual and more harmful.

Anthony Cody says it is time to hold the authors of this debacle accountable.

He has designed a rubric to hold Bill Gates accountable.

Can you think of things to add to his rubric?

A suggestion for Anthony Cody: how about designing an accountability scorecard for Eli Broad and the Waltons?