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April 16, 2012

“I give talks about this sort of thing to educators and at the end they say, “Well exactly how is the computer going to help me teach fourth-grade math?” And that’s exactly the wrong question — there’s not going to be a “fourth-grade.” There’s not going to be a separate math class. There’s not going to be teaching.”

Bennahum, David. S. (1996). “Schools Out? Interview of Seymour Papert.” The interview can be found on the MEME website at http://memex.org/meme2-13.html.

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