You don't want to be the kid who brought a rubber band ball to show and tell when the guy next to you brought Michelle Rhee.

Rhee is scheduled to visit a South Florida charter school Thursday, while Mayor Vince Gray, Interim Chancellor Kaya Henderson and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan just wrapped up a visit to Sousa Middle School in Southeast.

Rhee will join Florida's Republican Gov. Rick Scott as he speaks at Florida International Academy in Opa-Locka. Rhee is a member of the newly elected Scott's education transition team, but usually advises remotely.

Scott's education agenda, released last month, includes hallmarks of Rhee's polarizing D.C. reforms, such as the elimination of tenure for new teachers. In his Tuesday inauguration speech, Scott said it was time to offer students more choices (cough, charters).