Compulsory Education with the Military through peace treaties

A human’s physical health mostly depends on their mental health. A person’s mental health mostly depends on their education level. Here I propose a program that isolates a part of our existing military budget to apply to our public education in order to achieve parallel progress. Military advancements have always been at the front of the technological evolution as seen by the numbers: The Department of Defense estimates that $689.6 billion will be spent in 2020. Compare that to education’s annual estimated budget of roughly $100 billion. If we can present convincing data to countries like Iran and North Korea, we could perhaps draw up peace agreements based on the idea that we mutually wish to reallocate part of our individual countrys’ military budgets towards programs that offer better public education to a greater part of the population viceversa. The winning argument will be the fact that the new curriculums developed from said budget reallocation will involve emotionally intellectual practices that incite peaceful intercultural interactions. Both countries will benefit mutually from the binding peace agreement that honors the teachings of the very peace they’re signing for.


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