A mathematician once said "everyone is a student". I believe that is very true in Mathematics, you always have something to learn in this discipline hence this study -point is crucial.
This experience here with studying a course in SE made me think that I would like to see how I as an op evolved over time. Some of my friends now after the course said that they failed (too hard to read a book without references xyz -reasons), it is odd that that they did not open their mouths earlier! I believe me and other students could easily help one another to learn things with more accessible information! Many times the hard parts are the same for many students.
I am proposing that students are allowed to honestly categorize their questions with proper references to categories like the example above. Why are some teachers who have helped us now attacking our freedom to study? Why am I not allowed to help my friends or anons who struggle with some course by posting a category -style helper thread that would surely help many people? The questions asked here belong here, things such as blogs suck -- you know it, SO could be made into much better with consistency.
threads categorizing and organizing questions must be allowed as the rule presently passed. The argument that Math.SE is an independent party is a diversion. This proposal drives for better quality!
homework analysis/helper -system could be much easier to do and Math.SE could move to the level of professionalism if point 1 accepted.
Motivating reading  that I think is spot-on and particularly the below paragraphs
"According to [Steve Jobs], it was absurd that class-education in USA is based on a teacher that stands in front of the chalkboard and used printed study -books. All study -books, study -material and exams should be digital and interactive. They should be tailored for each student separately and they should offer real-time feedback." (p.576 , I added bolding)
"School -reform had no chance unless teacher -organization was broken down. Jobs said that teachers should be treated like professionals not like machine -workers. Heads should have possibilities to hire and fire teachers only based on their skills. Schools should be open at least until 6PM c'lock and 11 months per year." (p. 575 )
"Jobs presented two questions about education and Gates visioned future schools where students watched lectures and videos in their own space and used study -rooms for discussions and problem solving. They agreed that computers had so far affected surprisingly little to education, much less than to other social areas such as media, medicine and jurisdiction. So that the situation changed, Gates said, that computers and mobile devices should focus on more tailored teaching and offer more motivating feedback." (p.584, I added bolding)
 Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs (Finnish version, freely translated -- please replace with original version if you have the English book, thank you.)