Does anyone know of an organization or researchers working on: "a chaperoned after-school-online-program, or times to play, where kids from different colored backgrounds: (red/blue) states could interact and be together 'without talk of politics', but for common goals, discussions, educational exchanges and play. It seems to me that in our education system, in the US, that online links and video classroom exchanges could happen more regularly. why are they not? We have a robot for kids that are sick for long periods of time enables them to move around the room and be semi present via a video -camera from their house to classroom. I would think that this ubiquitiously would bridge the divide of our large country. Picture it like a information mapping - specifically - sharing knowlege by region...etc...where kids that live on a coast could meet and try to understand how kids live in the middle of the country, or vice versa....like this website.
Nov 6, 2017
e.g. Person One: Unpopular opinion - You should have an ID to vote. Person Two: Agree/Disagree (plus why, if you like). Unpopular opinion - (...) etc.