Read the facts about how public education is being eroded. The crises in Tulsa and Oklahoma school system are rooted in education policy” directed by “corporate reformers” who admire disruptive innovation that enrich them. Ever since NCLB used school closures as an accountability tool, some reformers have been devoted to that disruptive policy. Mass closures are often seen as praiseworthy examples of running schools in a businesslike manner. And they provide opportunities for major administrative reorganizations. Ravitch now characterizes data-driven, choice-driven reformers as “Disrupters.” Across the nation, as well as in Oklahoma, “The most important lesson of the past few decades is that “Reform doesn’t mean reform. It means mass demoralization, chaos, and turmoil. Disruption does not produce better education.” Read an learn how public schools are being eradicated.