One of the most common laments we hear about the public school system is that there’s simply not enough money to go around.
Failing student body? Not enough money.
Dilapidated buildings? Not enough money.
Teacher shortages? Not enough money.
Admittedly there was a time when I believed the same thing. There’s simply not enough money to go around. We can’t fix our schools until more people give up more money.
We’re too greedy!
What if we could inject $27 billion dollars every single year into public school system across the country right now? What would you do with that money if it were yours to evenly distribute?