GT: I'm probably too involved, but it excites me. My number one focus should be teaching and learning, but this program is so big and so important, going back to our earlier conversation, I want phase two because this doesn't do enough. It's a wonderful down payment but there's still a bill due, and so, we're there, we're actually moving very aggressively to reorganize our organization, to be good stewards and supporters of the initiative, so I'm very involved, I'm involved in every decision, but at the end of the day, I'm responsible too, so I think it's incumbent for me to be at the table, have those conversation, sometimes they're hard conversations. When you decide you're going to close a school, let me tell you this, when you look at the communities, when you drive through 'em, sometimes the school is the only thing left, man, that's it. Fire station's gone. Corner store is gone. Commercial, gone. Libraries, gone. Rec centers—that's why the mayor and I are trying to build rec centers in schools because what happens, the school becomes the hub of the community. That's why we want the school lit up with technology, so people can access technology.