Let's not over-react. It was only an $84 million miscalculation that affected over 800 teachers. So let's ask the residents of Dallas if they think there is a problem with the current state of education. In most jobs, when people get laid off, it just forces the other employees work twice as hard. The same holds true with teaching, but the defect is that millions of young children are impacted by this lack of resources. But "oh, well," right?