Perhaps we are seeing a recovery of what it takes to rightly govern, even in our attempts at education. I have long held that all decisions regarding our children’s education should be made as close to the classroom as possible. The corporate structure of American education, whether Public, Charter, or Private, has been to move decisions farther out, rather closer to the classroom. Until now. I saw the following chart and had hope. Unions are just one way that collectivism has hurt good education, and allegiance to such is waning. May it continue.