New Money -- State Owned Bank Solution with Equity for the Common Good

We suggest Lincoln Greenback dollars be spent into the state economies by State Owned Banks to create ERSD-RA. The dollars required first things first are metered into the economy creating population productivity. They are not significant enough to create inflation. Because we invest $8-10,000 per at risk child to create a PVofPE-Prek of $500,000, per at risk child there is no debt recorded for this common good. In fact, this is what many families do without discussion all the time for children not at risk.

The start to end change might looks like this!

Create New Money From Collateral of Multinational Corporation Treasury Shares That Have Retained and Increased the Value of Repatriated Earning Incentives Under the 2004 Job Creation Act

State Owned Banking Developments are Increasing Because Private Bankers Have Created Public Policy Constraints that are Not Necessary

New Money Source based on Community Equity Spent for Early Reading Skills Delivered - ERSD

1. A good case (but not better or best) for finding the money to innovate so that the district can budget for 100% ERSD is a federal government program. But, the money does not continue forever.

2. A good case (but not better or best) for finding the money to innovate so the district can budget for 100% ERSD is to get a foundation to pay for it much like a federal program. But, the money does not continue forever.

3. A better case for finding the money to innovate so the district can budget for 100% ERSD is to self fund it from present funding. After all it is first things first. But, something important with less priority will most likely need to be cut until the simple savings and innovation contributes funding to the total budget.

4. It would be better to find the money via a bridge loan at low interest so the district can budget for 100% ERSD and use the development of the savings for payback of principal and interest. This would role into innovation of the education process in the district based on 100% of the children being ready in kindergarten and proficient after 3rd grade. The benefits to 100% ERSD are uncharted.

5. It would be even better to find the money via a bridge loan at zero interest so the district can budget for 100% ERSD and use the development of the savings for payback of principal. This would role into innovation of the education process earlier in the district based on 100% of the children being ready in kindergarten and proficient after 3rd grade.

6. It would be BEST to find the money via an Equity Bridge so the district can budget for 100% ERSD and use the development of the savings directly for innovation. This direct innovation of the education process in the district based on 100% of the children being ready in kindergarten and proficient after 3rd grade could be arranged under the present new money laws tweaked to recognize common good, good faith and a productivity measure to control the quantity of new money putinto the system.

In this development the district would build obvious good faith and confidence by spending into the economy to deliver the $500,000 PVofPE-Prek for just $10,000 of services. The district might also pay a penalty to the state of $5,000 per child if the child is not proficient at the end of 3rd grade and again at the end of the 5th grade.

Those in Education

Everyone understands school boards, superintendents and principals have documented pre-k best practice and commitment to early reading skills, counting and understanding positive direction. Communities have to be smart enough to build the capacity within the schools, via contracts, verse another silo of pubic spending with its own set of requirements. These docuements reflect this progress.

The problem has always been where is the school's new money to create this community capacity.

What Everyone in Education Knows

How will Districts Do This Inside of the Budgets that Exist and Are Limited by Federal, State and Local The Web of Debt