The better idea would be to actually set up wind farms for the schools. In a place of high wind near the schools. So they could operate and pay for the schools and labor, but be out of the ears of the children as they learn. I mean my thoughts is the public pays for schools. Yet, we get out children being watched and them focusing during the day. However, if we could pay for something then get something out of it like cheap energy and then actually lower our costs on the overhead sheet that would be great. I mean then we would not be paying for energy and schools. We would just be paying for schools. While the energy market as it is a very big one would still have the majority of the market place.
That is what I would do. As I do not think sinking 82 billion into a school system that can barely keep its overhead going without a deficit is going to solve the root problem. Along with that if you solve the root problem, then you also solve the other problems of necessary upgrades as the left over overhead from the costs could be used to upgrade as they go. Which would mean the ~million a year it costs for a school instead of labor and overhead could be used for upgrades to every school.
So if the school gets about at max $500,000 per each windmill if placed at max velocity. Then we could actually expect each at a very lost expectation school to receive about maybe $250,000 from each windmill. Which would mean that it would pay for itself over about 15 years at about $3.4 million per install and cost. Then about $30,000 a year to maintain. At .11 cents per kilowatt. Which it would probable be a lot cheaper as the whole sale cost for around 120,000 of them is around 82 billion which is about 218 billion cheaper. So it might be due able if that is true.
Then the school should take some money and put it in a savings account for upgrades to the windmill to be able to get more not for profit capital out of it to pay for salaries and upgrades. I mean each school saving around $200,000 puts about 4 teachers back to work, or around 2 teachers and a full scale upgrade then 2 more teachers. That would put about 400,000 root people back to work not including the multiplier affect of that issue. Which could come out to about 600,000 at end equation.
Which means at about 4.7 million killowatts times about 120,000 windmills. Means about 4.7 times about .12
equates to 564 million killowatts which is not even one full city in the US. So the Energy market place can't really complain. As it takes 3.5 billion killowatts just to fund one single city of 140,000 people.