The debate about public education reform is about to expand as a result of the shocking events that occurred recently in Newtown, Connecticut. In my view, what society needs to do is return children home for schooling via Internet-delivered primary and secondary school programs. The savings would be huge in terms of buildings, teachers, school buses, you name it. Plus, children would be kept safe at home with their parents where families can practice “gun control” as a household. I see public school changing as a result of these horrific incidents involving children and innocent bystanders. It’s time to start the public debate about returning public school programs to the home where they belong. The Internet is the game-changer that will enable these reforms, perhaps not this year or even this decade, but certainly before the end of the 21st century.