There is an approach Mr. Distenfeld has not broached. Just as Tomchei Shabbos focuses on Shabbos meals and not on those for the weekdays, it is conceivable that Jewish education can be limited to the morning portion of the day and that secular education can be delivered by cooperative public schools in the afternoon.
Of course, this means Jewish children might interact with non-Jewish ones, whose parents would opt for the public classes later in the day. However, this should not be a problem provided that the public schools cooperate and the Jewish community leadership is supportive. We are already paying for secular education in the public schools and it is just plain idiotic to pay twice by duplicating those studies.