Yes, it can. Provided we have the will to do it and faster broadband networks.
BBC has an interesting take on transition to electronic modes of delivery of education.
I shall elaborate on this idea in a follow up post later.
However, this transition to “electronic means” (and debate on UK) seems to be based on economic rationale rather than starry eyed concept of “faster broadband networks”.
When the screwheads can’t even think beyond 256kbps (my bloody heart cries out in face of Mpbs routinely available), I shudder to think of what would happen when suddenly we have a “true broadband”. And indeed, what would the shit heads among you do with such speeds? Porn junkies would of course download more porn.
This was supposed to be about “Education”.