Several great national universities will have been established. Children will study a simple English grammar adapted to simplified English, and not copied after the Latin. Time will be saved by grouping like studies. Poor students will be given free board, free clothing and free books if ambitious and actually unable to meet their school and college expenses.
Medical inspectors regularly visiting the public schools will furnish poor children free eyeglasses, free dentistry and free medical attention of every kind. The very poor will, when necessary, get free rides to and from school and free lunches between sessions. In vacation time poor children will be taken on trips to various parts of the world. Housekeeping will be important studies in the public schools.
Tom Geoghegan. "Ten 100-year predictions that came true", BBC News Magazine. 11 Jan 2012. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-16444966