The plan, or “blueprint,” was written by a business strategy organization called Boston Consulting; it recommends the closing of 40 of the city’s 249 schools in the coming year, with additional school closings in the years to come. The goal is to have a school district where the central district is phased out and a large portion of the students are enrolled in privately managed charter schools.
Now this is something that administrators and teachers both are going to feel. If administrators are slowly replaced by businesses CEOs, then schools are going to become places for capitalistic endeavors.
Time to start becoming Teacher Marketers!