strong>CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Public Schools chief executive officer Jean-Claude Brizard says that if he is offered a salary bonus for raising students’ test scores, he won’t accept it.

But as WBBM Newsradio 780 Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports, there may still be such language in his contract.

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Brizard says he won’t disclose full details of his contract with the Chicago School Board, because it’s still being worked out.

LISTEN: Newsradio 780 Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports

But as prior reports have indicated, his salary is $250,000, and there will likely be a provision for a bonus if figures such as test scores improve substantially.

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“I think it’s a fair number. I think it’s a low number. I’m not looking to be greedy whatsoever, but I do want to be judged based on how effective I am as a leader,” Brizard said.

Brizard says if he’s offered a bonus, he won’t take it, in part because the school system is under financial pressures.

“I would not, no,” he said. “First of all, it will take us more than a year to really move numbers, so let’s be realistic about what can be done in a short time.”

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Brizard is the guest on WBBM 780’s “At Issue” program this weekend. You can hear more of his comments by tuning in Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.