Kay Brooks is at it again: arguing for the imposition of private sector models of control over public schools.
This time she says that Metro Nashville Public Schools needs a CEO. Yeah, right. And then at the end of his or her tenure, the MNPS CEO can do what this CEO did: pocket "a lavish severance package" and leave the stockholders little return on their investment. I don't know why conservatives continue to make these romantic appeals when the skies are full of obscene CEO golden parachutes that are not good for companies or their stockholders.