Other upset that is currently in the mix includes a referendum to remove the School Reform Commission, currently in control of the District and its finances. City Council has approved it, and potential mayoral candidates are touting that the vote in November would guarantee its dissolution.
The only problem with that theory is that according to law, the only one with the authority to disband the SRC is the PA secretary of education who can only do so if the majority of the SRC votes to do so. In essence, the SRC has to decide to disband itself.
This seems like a fairly ridiculous notion but might take place if a new Mayor and potentially a new Governor are able to install new members who would be keen on the idea. We'll see what happens if that takes place.