This is the result of loose immigration laws. If people had to apply to move into a state,county or city then we wouldn’t be having this conversation.
In 1971 our little school was outgrown and they dragged in a couple of mobile homes with open, two or three room floorplans. I had a few classes in those every day and learned everything 6th grade had to offer. I suppose these boom and bust towns will want huge brick and mortar schools with outstanding, pace-setting architectural design innovations so they can double as oil boom memorials in the coming years.
ONLINE education for most of what they need!!!! Just do NOT get the teacher’s unions tied into this!!! Perfect opportunity for someone to break the system!
ND has some of the worst laws for homeschooling. Change that and tons of kids can go virtual.
Let educators set up their own charter schools. Private enterprise can act quicker than the Govt. Here is a good use for some of the FEMA trailers. That $67,000 per kid send them to Harvard.
$200,000,000 for 3,000 kids? That over $66,666 per kid. Additionally, 3,000 kids is just three regular sized schools. Somebody is jerking our chains.