SORA Learn and SORA Apprentice are disruptive social education systems derived from Adam Smith's educational reform proposal in the Wealth of Nations.
SORA Apprentice lets trainees choose their teachers and pay with their own work as apprentices or the future value of their wages through income sharing agreements.
SORA Learn splits learning into modules which end in a written or practical test or proof of learning, and can be mixed and matched with other modules from other colleges to create custom skill sets that are natural to each person.
Both SORA Apprentice and SORA Learn reduce the cost of education by connecting learning modules directly to industry and society through SORA Jobs. For those who cannot even afford this less expensive education, SORA Pledge is available to connect donors and investors to aspiring students. Unlike income sharing agreements (ISAs), SORA Pledge is a crowdsourced and hyperlocal.