With news that the New York City Schools Chancellor Joel Klein is letting fired employees re-apply for positions, I'm waiting for The Times, Daily News, Post, or Village Voice to do an in depth analysis of budget and salaries of the Board of Education. The concept of change for the city's school is great, but so little gets done with the bureaucracy. Do things like Chancellor Klein's sweeping instructional changes for schools, except the top 200 city schools, really have legs?