(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)
Mmmkay, well, this sort of thing is going to happen when your labor participation rate hits 1978 levels. With tens of millions of Baby Boomers reaching retirement age, it looks like it will be much easier to increase K-12 flexibility than funding going forward. Ah for the halcyon days of 2008 when the AFT dreamed of putting dentists and personal trainers in the public school system for
transparently self-interested reasons the vague promise of creating a 21st Century utopia.