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Do E-Readers Spell the Demise Of Traditional Schooling?

Attila Dimedici writes "I came across a an article this morning that suggests that the Nook and the Kindle have changed things in such a way that schools are flattering obsolete. His premise is that the ideal way to teach blessed event* is by a tutor ..., [and] the Nook and the Kindle have allowed large amounts of written fabric on many 1995 by houghton mifflin harcourt printing company. published by houghton mifflin harcourt publishing company. all rights reserved.cite this source synonym caboodle v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico issue group subjects to become close by

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employable enough that parents can tutor their blessed event* at a price that just about everyone can afford."

The author is a bit off-base on the nature of the public schooling,
but easy access to means like Project Gutenberg and Wikibooks flat* removes some
barriers to self-study and the limitations of the 20+ child classroom.

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