EDUCATION REFORM BOOK

EDUCATION REFORM

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FACT 1: Interactive audio visual computer education can be made as motivating as a video game with audio and visual rewards which are better than live teacher motivation. Only at the elementary school level will teachers be necessary to teach basic English and basic calculator math and basic computer skills and basic moral behavior in children.
FACT 2: Interactive audio visual computer education can be programmed for very slow and slow and average and speedy and very speedy learners to minimize misunderstanding and boredom to very acceptable levels.
FACT 3: Public schools and universities are creating too many graduates who can’t find jobs in the technologically saturated job market which does not require a traditional liberal arts education.
CONCLUSION: Public school education beyond the elementary level is going to be a dead profession in the not too distant future. Elementary school teachers will still have to teach basic English and basic calculator math and basic computer skills and impart basic moral behavior in young children. Mediocre public school education beyond the elementary school level is doomed even though politically powerful teachers will continue to fiercely maintain the dysfunctional statusquo.

This book will show how to develop an educational system which promotes students based on merit and not age. It will also show how the system can be used to teach useful job skills for a technologically advanced world of the future. Unfortunately not everyone will achieve the great levels of skill necessary for future good jobs so this book also shows how the welfare system can be reformed so that everyone out of work will be provided with basic needs door to door and will have the hope through more effort and free technological education to land a useful job in society.

Find the book on Kindle or Book Nook by searching under my name Uldis Sprogis.

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