How to fix society? Create your own school. With your own ideals. To educate the youth and the future.

My vision.

We all talk about problems in America. I offer solutions.

My basic thoughts:

1. Educate the youth.

We gotta educate the youth. Especially kids in the ‘hood’. How do we do this? My thoughts:

2. My Three Pillars

  1. Computer Science
  2. Philosophy
  3. Art

Let us consider … in today’s world, any kid with a computer science degree from college can earn ~$80,000 to $100,000 … at the age of 21!!! I propose a simple system of getting every kid in the hood a cheap (used or refurbished) Apple MacBook laptop. Even right now, a new MacBook Air for education starts at around $899 USD.

How to motivate kids

Now the question:

How can we most effectively motivate kids?

Not teaching them about ‘knowledge’. No! We gotta attend to their personal desires!

For example in the hood, kids want:

  1. Fancy sports cars (Lexus, BMW, Mercedes)
  2. Cool sneakers (Nike, Jordan, Adidas, YEEZY)
  3. Money ($100 dollar bills … money to their head)
  4. iPhone (the newest one)
  5. Respect

Now, the best way to motivate a high school kid to study computer science:

Hey Raphael … if you study computer science, and just stick with it in college… you can earn $100,000 a year straight out of college at age 21!!! You can buy your BMW, YEEZY’s, iPhone Pro, etc.

Kids are motivated by money!

Benjamin Franklin money face closeup

Physical education

We gotta bring back physical education. I would encourage mandatory (at least 3 hours a day) of physical (not just mental) education. This is assuming an 6-hour student day. I propose a pure barbell between half-education, and half-physical training. If anything, 80% of the time on physical education is probably more effective.

Why? The more physically fit the students are, the more mentally strong they are too.

The sports can include:

  1. Boxing
  2. Weight Lifting
  3. Racing (foot racing)
  4. Bicycle racing
  5. Wrestling

Essentially any of the sports done during the funeral games of Patroclus in the Iliad.

The Funeral Games of Patroclus is a 1778 oil on canvas by Jacques-Louis David


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