The manner in which our school programs are facilitated is wasteful, inefficient, replete with obsolescence and crying to be changed. So major changes need to be made in how we look at every facet of our educational programs. If the changes are not made in the proper sequence, we risk having some of the earlier changes we make being both worthless and more costly than they eventually need be. The foundation of all programs is the individual and collective physical plants in which we attempt to mobilize our educational forces. Subsequent components: the teachers, the equipment and the curriculums are, of necessity, designed so as to adapt to the available physical plants. To address any of these elements prior to reassessing and changing the nature of the physical plants is foolhardy; in fact, pretty stupid. Further, even how we finance all of this should be reevaluated at the same time. There is no need to finance the whole package with our nation's tax money. There is a better way and I will show it to you NOW.
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