posted on Sep, 22 2015 @ 04:58 PM
Also, electronic education is not the answer.
Studies show that writing something down helps to facilitate knowledge mastery. There are actual differences in the brains of kids who spend screen
time learning and kids who actually own the knowledge the old-fashioned, tree-killing way, which is why we are paying the money to send our kid to
just such an old-fashioned school.
He will get a reading program designed to set him reading at his own pace, but that doesn't have to be through an all computerized system. Round about
1st grade, they'll test his lexile and set him up from there with books he's ready to tackle no matter his grade level.
Also, if you computerize math and reading instruction, you need less staff not more, so what will you do with all those bureaucrats? Not to mention
the bureaucrats are often specialized and not classroom specialized. Not all of them will be willing or able to teach. You will in fact have to let
many of them go.