Some bright minds these days, such as the Alliance for Childhood (see Page One), seem to want to blame education's problems on technology. But that's shortsighted. Genuinely inspired naysayers know the trouble started long before the microchip. You might say the Golden Age of Education ended in a Grecian gulp when Socrates was forced to drain that draft of hemlock. And you could trace the steady spiral of pedagogical performance straight down from then to now. So let's not blame...

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