By Seymour Papert
The facetious old turn of phrase that identifies schooling with the three Rs - reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic - may express the most obstinate block to change in education. The central role of these "basics" is never discussed; it is considered obvious. Thus the most important consequences of new technologies are not recognized by education policy-makers.
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