At age 4, kids are expert test-takers. They have to be. If they don’t score well, they will have to attend a public school.
Yes, a public school. A New York City public school. The kid is doomed. Rich parents dread the thought.
At $30,000 for kindergarten, there is still intense competition. Think of $400,000 for a kid’s education, K-12. That gets him into college. Then it’s another $250,000 (Ivy League). Then grad school.
Then unemployment. Or maybe “would you like fries with that?”
For years, kids have been prepped to take the exam. Now the exam is falling out of favor. Why? Because it can be beaten by non-geniuses who are merely very smart. This debases the test, the private school headmasters say. “Geniuses only; no smart kids need apply.”
Online home schooling is the solution. But New York City’s rich parents sneer. “Not my kid. My kid’s a genius.”
In Lake Wobegon, all the kids are above average. In New York City, the children of the rich are almost all geniuses. Those who aren’t, get prepped. At age 4.
These people think the future belongs to their class. They are wrong. Wise people would move. If you are smart enough to make that kind of money, you can make it online. No need to live in the Big Apple.
Parents who spend a total of $5,000 on a child’s education, K-bachelor’s degree, with the child paying for college by working at McDonald’s, will inherit the earth. If the kid is going to ask, “Would you like fries with that?” he might as well pay for college.
Search for “college,” “$11,” and “youtube.” Watch the video. That’s the future. (Warning: the report is long out of print. But in about 30 days from now, the program will be available.)