The school of the future is here today, being refined quickly.
This is the direction public education needs to go, with online programs geared
to assist student in different subjects. Teachers can collaborate in the
production and utilization of these programs. "Flip" schooling so that
students listen and begin to process at home, interact with others and get
individualilzed help during the day. It is the future...
BUU-Idaho's Pathway Program is an example of how online classes can help
students earn an excellent college education at a fraction of the cost. In the
future there will probably be a combination of both classroom education and
online education. K-12 education will also benefit. Teachers will be able to
monitor the progress of individual students and individualize their education in
ways they never could have before. And, children who live in an area where the
public school education is sub-standard, can receive an excellent home school
education using modern technology.
Never say forever, it never happens. The pros and cons of this is that this kind
of education is narrow and limiting of the mind as a single cell amoeba. While
it may raise knowledge in a single subject or job skill, it is not useful as a
tool for a united society and set of goals that all can share to help each
other.Learning what you don't want to learn in a persons lesser
interests is what real class room and general eduction is all about. Often times
many people find that what they didn't like in class rooms of public
education was really their best aptitude of skills.Then there will
be the government intervention of free education and free speech and free
thought corrupting the k1-k12 brain washing.What will be most
devastating is in school banking and $billions losses of the indentured
servitude fees of school loans, eventually collapsing wall street with the
decline in school and consumer debts. With the aspects of less debt an economic
benefit for growth, it will collapse government expansion, legislation will kill
free colleges so government expansion can continue.