[quote=“Fox”]It is and it isn’t about what Hess is offering. For the teacher it is, for me it isn’t. It will be on paper. And It will be a sellable asset. I hope some teachers out there are interested.
I have a small but successful school and I would like to repeat that experience, but I can’t because there is only one of me. The only way I can is to find someone of like mind with a love for teaching who is well organized.[/quote]
I find this idea very interesting Fox. Yet I have a few questions:
Each school will be different, yes? Different teachers, different ideas.
Will the teachers chose the curriculum?
Who chooses the location?
How do you finance the new schools? Ads, supplies, materials, and for how long before the school makes a profit?
Will you train them to teach in a certain way, or let them go about in their own way?
What happens if your invested seems to be going bad? Will you pull out?
Honestly I want to offer long term teachers in my school who demonstrate their ability to get the job done the same kind of deal…albeit more along the lines of profit sharing in new schools.
It’s an intriguing idear.