The San Francisco Chronicle reports on the concerns of school technology critics, who worry that overexposure to computers is hurting young people’s social and creative development. The report quotes noted technology critic Todd Oppenheimer, who says computers are designed to provide instant gratification that is not meant to be part of the learning process. At the same time, the Chronicle report notes the overall ed-tech boom and the fact that many students might not be engaged at all if there is no technology in their classrooms.