Solutions To Non-Advanced Schools.
Currently the curriculum in schools in the country and around the world is not adequate and focuses too much on subjects and rules that are outdated, like 1980s textbooks. In the Gardner School in Pennsylvania, for instance, people complained of poor curriculum, inadequate library, and a lack of computers of any kind . Problems have also arrived as to some other subjects. According to Jane Onyeachu, Some Roles of an Effective Teacher now include trying to improve competency, which students lack, and communication, which they have little ability to do . Students' intellectual status is not currently measured on what is learned, but have this now determined by how well they take standardized tests . The textbooks are also outdated to the point of idiocy. According to www.boston.com News, A textbook for 14-year-olds in India said "A donkey is like a housewife ... In fact, the donkey is a shade better, for while the housewife may sometimes complain and walk off to her parents' home, you'll never catch the donkey being disloyal to his master," . Amazing. Also, an as-yet for-the-most-part untapped resource that is available to students these days is the use of computer incorporated with curriculum. Our school will use computers in most of their curriculum to enhance the learning factor a student receives.
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Another thing to consider with our school would be the use of paper. It may use trees and energy to manufacture it, and it also may produce carbon dioxide in the manufacturing process but using electronics we may also be contributing to the problem more. But is it worth it? Consider the fact that when you throw out an old computer it releases deadly toxins into the ground, water and air; it also requires much energy to use it and producing this energy may pollute more than making the piece of paper. It takes an average of 18900000 volts every 2 years for a class of 20 to run a computer, but only 47250 volts a year to make enough paper to supply a class for one year [5/6/7/8]. However, it also takes approximately 3-4 pounds of freshwater to make a single .1 pound sheet of paper . Though it may take more energy to run a computer, it may pollute more to use paper. In fact, .1-.15 pounds of coal is used in the manufacturing process of a single sheet of paper . Though Currently, people are still trying to decide which decision to make based on the facts we just gave. 
In the future we will have lower costs for students and a lower over-all tuition fee. This will be based on a complex system of scholarships and grants from various education organizations. We will also have more advanced means of transport to safely and efficiently transport students to and from the campus. These means may include monorailistic student transport vehicles or MSTBs [11/12] and depending on the final location of the school, a small fleet of 1MSWV , or one-man sub-water vehicles. Monorailistic vehicles would save money and be green, too. The most effective brand we could use would be Scomi Gas And Electric Company. It would cost approximately $30.75 million to build one kilometer of rail. This company is currently one of the most advanced companies making monorails, their next in Mumbai, India . Building monorails could also be environmentally advantageous. For instance, cutting out Nevada’s major roadways to be replaced by monorails has shown to have reduced carbon monoxide and other emissions by 58 tons. Also, VOCs, hazardous to your health, and nitrogen oxides have been cut out of the emissions list . On the topic of submarines, we have two viable options. The best company we could find for buying personal submarines was International VentureCraft Corp., a united states submarine manufacturer . We found that the best two options of submarines are a fleet of 1-person submarines or a few 6-person submarines to act as underwater "busses". The personal submarine is incredibly light, about 65 pounds. Many people can lift that unassisted. It has a dive-time of 30 minutes, compared to the larger sub's 1 day[16/17].
A. A Scomi Monorail in Australia. Photo Taken By Calvin Teo (18) under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 License. (19)
B. A photo of a Tama-Toshi Monorail, similar to the scomi model in Mumbai taken under the Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported Creative Commons license. It was originally going to be the one used, but was not in the end. (20)
C. A monorail similar to the Scomi Model, photographed in Las Vegas by Ian Britton (21) under the Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported Creative Commons license. (21)
D. A personal submarine against a black backdrop. Holds 2-3 people, available in the UAE. Taken by under the Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 Generic Creative Commons license . (22)
E. A 2-person Sportsub II, by Venturecraft, which is similar to the model we will be using for student transport. Taken by Hombrelobo under the Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Creative Commons license. (23)
F. A larger personal submarine, owned by Paul Allen. Similar to the smaller model personal submarine, but larger and from a different brand. Taken under the Attribution Noncommercial 3.0 Unported Creative Commons license by Karson Thompson. (24)
We will have a mix of real and virtual field trips that extending students knowledge in ways never before possible. Using companies like tramline , we can go nearly anywhere in the universe from the comfort of our own classrooms and auditoriums. From listening to music in Prague to looking at pyramids in egypt, you can do it all with virtual field trips ! Also available to use currently is the use of web-cams, cameras, and video recorders to enhance the students' experiences with live links to other students around the world. The students would be able to do experiments with and speak to the students from remote, hardly-accessible locations. There are already many easy-to-use field trips online available to teachers around the world . We will also use special interactive whiteboards called Eno-PolyVision Boards which shall enhance student involvement. Eno PolyVision is a nearly unbreakable and environmentally friendly new smart-board, with handy interactive functions. Smart-boards are interactive and touchscreen, tough, and wireless. You can project your desktop or laptop onto the screen and use a stylus or dry-erase marker. You can also save whatever you were doing at the time and log back in later to use that session again. You can also muli-task and run multiple things at once .