I made the question about electric theory earlier this week. I am not entirely happy with the question, but I am very unsure what to do with it.
As pointed out in comments of the question, the question is a bit too big, and it's not just a single question. The question need some editing, but I have already received several answers. And it's already fairly big question, with a bit of attention now, and I advertised it on other stack-exchanges as well.
"Is what written on this page valid?"
"Is the current teaching lacking?`"
And also the unwritten question "Is lying/hiding, the best way to teach, and is the subject handled the correct way?"
Problem A: I need to improve the question, I am unsure what to do with it. I can divide it into the three questions it is more clearly, or I can make it into one question and ask the other questions separately(or just scrap them). I would like some feedback on what to do with the question.
Problem B: I have gotten 4 answers already. All of them answers some of the three questions, neither all three, and all the three questions is kinda answered. I need to edit the question, and accept an answer, but depending on which way I edit the question, either of those answers will be "correct", and some of them will be off. Also if I focus the question to be one question instead of all three, which of the questions is it most fitting that I change this one to? How should I handle that, since I kinda will invalidize some of the answers?
Splitting the question means that you kinda get another question slightly similar, and some people think that is a duplicate. What IS the right way to handle this?