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Advancement after advancement led to plans to insert a microchip to begin teaching language in the womb. Furthermore, they began extracting fetuses a month early so that they can develop in a programmed incubator that would display even more language education. It was federally promoted and subsidized and everyone was signing on, so we did too.
Samantha Wilkins is studying Elementary Education at James Madison University, and hopes to eventually become an elementary school principal.
Throughout discussions about the future of education, we often question technology's role. The essay "Children of Technology" takes these questions to an extreme, depicting a world where technology has encroached too far and pushed out classic values.
"Children of Technology,"
e-Vision Journal of Undergraduate Writing: Vol. 11, Article 9.
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