Francisco Dao notes that whilst there is agreement that education is broken, there is not agreement about the role of technologies and how to fix it. He also reiterates the importance of understanding why it is important to learn and think critically. He does not believe that technology alone is enough
There is a scene in the movie “Good Will Hunting” where Matt Damon’s character mocks a Harvard student for spending $150,000 on an education he could have received for $1.50 in library late charges. The Internet makes this concept of a quality, free (or nearly free) education more true than Will could have ever imagined. However, for it to work as a practical matter, we must let go of our policies of rote developmental learning and stop believing the fantasy that technology alone will provide the solution.