Somebody forgot to take his smart pills.
Let's see now. Public schools as a business model: You offer a free education to anybody who lives within your geographical area. You hire union employees who want raises every year. You're pressured to keep adding new technology because that's what employers want. You have no source of income except a declining share of state dollars and the support of the public, which includes people who say they have never voted to give you a nickel and never will. Sounds like a business plan to me!
In the meantime, I could buy a Coke for a nickel when I was a kid. Now it's 65 cents at the campus vending machine. When will the Coca-Cola Co. ever learn to live within its means?