Setting aside the argument over whether or not children`s self-esteem and free time are worth more than an education, here`s my thinking. Why not have a franchised, standalone, brick-and-mortar "After School" business?
It would be like a dance or martial arts studio, but would offer real education instead of the nonsense taught in regular school. Kids would sign up for sessions, and the studio would offer sessions in basics: phonics (reading), writing, basic arithmetic (logic), and standard history (judgement).
Employees would be teachers or tutors who want out of the insanity of public education, and sessions would be available year-round, without summer vacations. Homework would be minimal, instead being accomplished during the sessions.
This would provide a physical, supervised location for kids (maybe before high-school only?), so parents could continue to pay someone else to look out for the kids. At the same time, the teaching methods would be widely different from public schools, focusing on what actually works in education.
Already there are mathematics institutes done as a franchise, and we had a SuN community member some time ago who was selling off a science business along these lines. We`re about to reach a critical mass where few kids graduating from high school actually can function in a real-world situation. At that point, there`ll be a revolution in the parent world, and demands for solutions.
Whomever has this type of consolidated educaiton system based on objective standards, likely will be positioned to scoop the industry.