The school cost has become such a large part of our tax bill that new solutions are needed. In trying to find those solutions, what would be a great end result? Classrooms taught by the world’s finest minds? People with so much knowledge and talent that our children could be excited about school?
Recent class growth has been online. Could we work toward an auditorium style? Each student with a computer, a leader to shepherd the class and courses taught by the greatest minds in the world? Young students could be taught computer usage and shown short video segments to ease them into the auditorium-style education. All this interspersed with physical activity classes.
Now that I have alienated everyone – all the redundant teachers, staff, principals and superintendents – and made a lot of real estate unnecessary, I will continue. Budgets could be used for real, exciting programming instead of overhead. To make this happen, we all would need to work together and believe in the future. We need the support of everyone to keep McHenry County taxpayers from leaving. We could become a model for the state.
This idea probably won’t even be considered, but I wanted to put it out there.
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