The Dystopian Future of Schools
Mike Crowley

The way to solve that problem can never be done by a computer program, but by teachers themselves.

I propose a solution:

We conscribe everyone between the ages of 27 and 33 to be schoolteachers, we give them training in research, self-defense, argumentation ethics, and oratory.

We then have a student:teacher ratio of 2:1, so the teachers, after they are done teaching the curriculum mandated by the states, can either help their students more, or go find another job to maintain a living.

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