Public schools are the latest victims of Puerto Rico’s debt crisis. The U.S. territory announced, Friday, that it will be closing nearly 200 public schools in the coming months to save $7 million. About 27 thousand students will have to be relocated to other schools. This is nothing new to Puerto Rico. From 2010 to 2015, 150 schools were closed. But the latest round of closures will be the largest in the Island’s history.