Intriguing idea. Drives school to be hig…

Intriguing idea. Drives school to be high quality as they don’t get paid without delivering. Also has the flavour of socially progressive student loan ideas such as not having to pay them back until professional employment is procured, or free (state sponsored) post secondary ed that is actually financed by the tax revenues from professionals.

The difficulty I see, as noted in the post, (and this is from my personal experience, not reliable data) is that the variable at play here is “the quality of education” alone and doesn’t account for the unmotivated and extenuating circumstance students that I work with day-to-day. This model assumes all graduates will be highly productive and that just isn’t true for all k-12 demographics.