eGovernment IT of the Future Must Include eEducation Initiatives - By Lance Winslow

By Lance Winslow

As eGovernment IT initiatives link Federal, State and Local Governments the systems will grow. One of the main objectives of a State Government is to make sure that education is taken care of, thus any future net-centric government IT initiatives must include education at the local level and perhaps allow for standardization of some material into bite size educational 3D Virtual Reality clips available to all citizens.

These classes online must be open for all and allow people to get their High School equivalency and provide G.E.D. courses. It also makes sense to have Advanced Courses online as well for those who wish to retrain themselves or simply wish to learn more on their own accord.

This allows citizens to feed their minds and continue with a life-time of learning. Indeed it will be saving costs for Schools and provided that the digital divide has been crossed it will be opening education to all at all levels. There are vast advantages also for Home Schooling

The up front costs are very much worth the potential ROI and value to our Great Republic and we can consider this a force multiplier because it will greatly improve the innovations and efficiency of our nation and increase productivity too.

Indeed there are more hurdles to conquer first such as the Digital Divide issues, broadband, WiMax, or city wide WiFi initiatives, to allow all this to be feasible. It also provides more transparency of lessons being taught in our schools. We must consider this for our nation's future.

By Lance Winslow

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