We're all hoping that somebody bigger than us will pick us to do something bigger than us, right? That's what's happened with commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education Terry Holliday. US U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said yesterday that Holliday will be part of a federal board that looks at student progress on a national level. Officially, Holliday will serve a four year term on the National Assessment Governing Board. The board is like the teacher or the principal, it hands out "Nation's Report Card.". Wonder if they need his mom to sign it.