Running Schools is a Bad Business, Says Larry Cuban

NO $ HERE: Larry Cuban recalls five private companies that failed in operating schools during the period from 1969 to 1990. (His most recent example is K12, following Whitney Tilson gloom-and-doom prognosis of the company.) Cuban cites politics, unions, parents, and administration as roadblocks that make it extremely difficult for profit-oriented businesses to succeed in turning around failing public schools.

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