If you have a fully paid and unemployed workforce, there is no reason they couldn't be putting 40 hours a week into developing something. I am not saying that they must spend 40 hours a week delivering content that they do not yet have, but if you are being paid, you should be working. I doubt any online course has ever had such a large workforce available for development. Teacher A could cover this topic, teacher B that topic and you would quickly have the curriculum basics covered.Normal development of an online course takes about 2y and that’s for small classes. I’m glad you’ve worked out how to do it in 2 weeks for classes larger than those normally taught, for a socioeconomically diverse group of students, many not having the required technology available.
Here, have a Nobel Prize.