posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 04:30 AM
As for free college education?
The only way it could be free where the taxpayer and 'public' debt is not burdened is via the internet.
This has already been accomplished. The associated website fee/server maintenance/updating fees would be a fraction of the cost of supporting the
brick and mortar school with one teacher or another a student may not agree/vibe with. One should be able to choose which school curriculum to go by,
according those schools participating in each subject, (Example linked below).
The only time one should need to visit the school would be for when it is absolutely necessary for activities such as laboratory experiments, public
speaking, law discertations etc. for when it is necessary for the student to be in the person. This could be presceduled by any participating
university in the area. All tests could be standardized whereby all schools would grade on the same scale to allow any teacher to merely administer
Every 1 to 3 months one could be required to take a test at a nearby university/college in person to ensure 'written' tests are written by the
students and not by another and to ensure no cheat sheets are accessed via the web online. Holographic learning tools are around the corner that will
make learning much more interesting, efficient and easier to grasp the subject matter.
This would allow one to work a job and go to school/study at their convenience without having to sacrifice school/work and lessen the stress
associated between the two.
If one requests a physical school, that could be paid at a much cheaper rate without the govt. setting the limits as it does with subsidies as
Candidate Johnson alluded to. Online education is visual, auditory and one can learn at their own pace, pause, stop, break, at will. It has become a
very efficient and effective way to learn these days and some of the top Universities in the world have already put these curriculums on the web.
Just one >Example