Wednesday, September 9, 2009
In “A Low Fidelity Education” by Karl Fisch, what mattered to me is the future. If the quality of goods decreases, what will happen when it becomes so low that no one will buy them? If that happens the economy could crash before corrections were made to the goods, if able to be made at all. If education is not made online by the government, then some other group could make it online. If online education becomes widely used and that happens, it could be worse than if the government made it and “corrupt” the learners. This is what matters to me in “A Low Fidelity Education” by Karl Fisch.