Budget cuts have happened all around school districts, and even teachers have begun to worry about what their future holds. We hear that school districts do not have the money they use to have, but how on earth did they fund a new data portal for parents to compare schools on standardized test performances. According to a recently published article, millions of dollars have been spent in developing, administering and collecting data for this portal. The article talks about how parents can easily misunderstand this data and come to their own conclusion that one school is better than another based off of the test scores. Talk about making education worse for teachers, now they will have to worry about students being removed from their school to go to another because of higher test scores. If the supply of students decrease at specific schools, that means that the demand for teachers will also decrease. Teachers no longer can think their jobs are safe. Teachers must now recruit students for their classes. And that is not all; teachers now have to compete with online schools, which will also decrease the supply of students in classrooms. What does the future hold for public educators? Will public schools be obsolete 20 to 30 years from now?