Reducing the Cost of High School Education

Technology may potentially cost of high school education-(e.g. clip-on MP3 players from China cost as few as $2) yet school districts still follow modular instruction of yore. All high school coursework following programmatic development should be available recorded in MP3 format and easy to download online for students. In fact all coursework should be provided to a student on a micro-SD card so a student can take home and listen to any course lecture content to supplement in-class instruction.

Plainly high quality reinforcing instruction should be commonly available with MP3 players. Traditional classroom methods may continue yet any student willing to spend extra time learning coursework should be free to do so. Students should have every text available for e-reader sleep learning listening to the voice of their favorite non-pedophile teacher in their sleep.

In many school districts traditional architecture has failed to coordinate energy saving and energy collecting technology. What happened to the promise of modularized super-insulated aluminum and ceramic geo-domes for quick quality class space? Too much money is spent on high school sports that train most students to be spectators instead of developing paths for distance running and bicycle riding providing green corridors for students and the general civic populous to stimulate their hearts and minds in daily runs amidst a mechanical society. With more efficient modularized education delivery reducing the cost of schooling and education that trains student to do-it-yourself realistically the prospect for innovating a better post-graduate interest in continuing education arises-and that is healthy for society.