In a book that the reviewers describe as "a sobering yet insightful reality check" on the growing influence of technology in America's classrooms, author Clifford Stoll challenges virtually all the current assumptions about the benefits of technology-based learning.

Stoll, who first addressed computers in education in his groundbreaking 1996 book, "Silicon Snake Oil," trains his sights on what he considers key shibboleths of technology in education today. He questions the benefits of spending school


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