7. The film revolves around money.
But, if public schools proponents will not offer a constructive, positive approach to advancing the overall quality of public education, they may lose the battle for public support (in a 90-minute film there was only one short positive example of a good work done by public schools; it feels sometimes like in a public sector good teaching is a rare exception; but if it was true, was public education even reparable?).
The working model should not treat “free market” and “public good” as mutually exclusive, but rather as cooperative entities.