"Look, I want to show you this". A woman held out her cell phone to me. I tilted it in the sunlight, trying to get a clear picture of what she was anxious for me to see. I was outside Chicago's City Hall. This woman, a Chicago Public School parent, along with dozens of other parents, and myself had just finished protesting the closings of fifty-one public schools. I looked at the screen and saw nine faces framed in a tic tac toe grid, like the open sequence to the Brady Bunch. These kids didn't look like the blond haired girls of Carol, or the freckled faces of Mike's boys either.