For those who believe the battle over education in Chicago is over, don't relax...there is a war ahead on the future of education, how we learn and if we will keep things the status-quo with minor tweaks or dramatic and bold change.
The cost of education is staggering from children to college and it keeps increasing at a pace that makes healthcare look cheap.
Who gets all this money and who benefits? Are we really getting the results we want for kids to college graduates?
Do college degrees matter in today's world? Is it because that's just the way things are or is because they truly reflect expertise in knowledge when most people don't work in a career they got their degree in?
Can technology and online education bring better education and accessibility to anyone, anywhere, making education less expensive collectively and easier to measure results?
Will institutions and groups such as colleges to teacher unions be willing to accept those changes if it means better results, but eliminating jobs, frivolous buildings and the value of credentials?
These are just some of the questions ahead and the war has started for the future.