The adage "the older I get, the better I was" now extends from personal recollection to collective judgment of earlier eras, if one accepts the Alliance for Childhood's recent report "Fool's Gold: A Critical Look At Computers and Childhood." Once again, the public is served up conclusions based on research and quotations from laudable, notable people, all of whom share two important characteristics—they are neither children nor educators who actually use technology as a tool to improve learning. ...

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