This IS nice, but does it actually educate people to be ready when they grow up? No right or wrong? When kids grow up, they have to learn about what's right or wrong. Also, no subjects? Do they get taught math, social studies, science, reading, and more? They need to learn math to add stuff and multiply when they grow up, because that's important. Writing and reading is important, too. You need to learn more words, and reading helps you do that. Learning cursive is important when you're older because you must sign stuff in cursive, and if you don't know how, that's bad for when you're older. No grades? We need grades so we can set goals more often. Example: I want to get a B+ or higher in math at the end of this quarter. I know this stuff might sound nice, but have you really thought over it? Free is good, but paying for a real education is way more worth it.
This is not a good idea because they might not even work and they wont be getting educated and if they don't know what is right or wrong when they grow up they won't know what is right or wrong and they might not even know math reading science and social studies.