In the midst of all of these discussions about Orthodox jurisdictions I thought it would be an interesting idea to bring up the concept of a pan-Orthodox school.
Today, the only choice most Orthodox have is to bring up their kids in either a Greek school or Catholic school, outside of that some choose to homeschool (something I'm against in principle).
I think a non-jurisdictional Orthodox elementary and high school would be an interesting project. I think this is where pan-jurisdictional work would be most helpful. This would allow people to pool together their resources and create a school system which teaches kids in the Orthodox spirit, enables Orthodox kids to make Orthodox friends and reinforce the Orthodox identity. When the kids go home for the weekend they're free to attend their ethnic (or American) Orthodox church.
In the school there could be a very good cultural program. Instead of being offered Spanish and French, kids can study Orthodox languages and cultures: Greek, Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Romanian (from which it is easy to learn romance languages like Spanish), Lebanese, Arabic, etc.
While it's hard to imagine schools like this springing up all over America, I think it's certainly possible to create a few in major metropolitan areas such as New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago (probably the best bet), etc.