Keith Nobles of The Nobles Financial Network is constantly being sent emails and asked questions about subjects such as politics, financial markets, real life problems, and baseball. Mr. Nobles is an author, writer, financial market interpreter, and some what of a seer. His most recent Book “Our Dogs Didn’t Bark” A Politically Incorrect Dystopian Tale displays where he thinks the USA will be soon if not sooner. This is the first segment where Nobles answers a reader’s question on the website. You may not like his answers, but you can rest assured they are always well thought out and to the point. Don’t expect Political correctness either. Nobles brings common sense back to the discussion. Feel more than free to join in the discussion.
Jennifer From Alabama asks: What would happen to the quality of public education if due to some sort of economic downturn the state could no longer offer pensions to Education Employees?
Keith Nobles: The quality of public education would probably decline significantly but the options for private education would probably improve and become more affordable. Good teachers would no longer be tied to a school district in pursuit of a retirement check and the good teachers would find employment at private schools that would no doubt proliferate in that environment. Bad teachers would find new employment at 7-Eleven or some other similar venue that is a better suited for their skills than the education of children is.