Agree. I've seen first-hand "computers in every classroom" and it's a technology train-wreck. Kids sitting in front of the computers that aren't broken, learning that life consists of multiple-choice tests in which one of the four answers in front of you is correct: just guess which one. (You can't "lose" even if you're wrong, because your teacher will "fix" your answers for you, to keep her job. "No dumbfk left behind..."
If you didn't buy insurance on half-a-million pounds' worth of equipment, knowing that school kids will be just as wretched and reckless as you
were, then you simply have no brain-power anyway.