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...would it create a black hole?
Like those deer whistlers on cars. Gotta make sure they're polarized properly.
I've used Symantec products for years, and never had a problem.
People have to use their machines responsibly. This is like driving your new car down a gravel road, and then blaming the people who paninted it when it ends up scratched.
Being able to use a computer, and being able to develop a strong curriculum and motivate children to learn are not related (unless you are a computer science teacher).
Welcome to 1985.
Instead of a pragmatic Education system like Germany, we tell all our little princes and princesses that they are super-special. So when our bell-curve comes out just like the rest of bell-curves throughout the history of mankind, we are somehow surprised?
It's because of this sort of thinking, and a lazy attitude about computers and their place in the classroom, that teachers themselves are now willing to just "get their tenure". After which, they then do nothing to further develop their skills and teaching methods. And the children (and in turn, us as a society) then reap the benefits of a mediocre education.