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...'As per usual the average Guern’s inability to accept change is startling...' Eciwhtm. I don't object to technology. I don't object to embracing change. I don't object to debating a damned good argument in favour of something that I am not in favour of, if presented in an intelligent and sentient way. What I DO object to is some close-minded individual coming onto these boards to use any, I mean, ANY, excuse to trot out the same, tired, boring 'local bashing', and who are so gagging to do so that they fail to actually READ the content of the other posters....so to surmise.... Most people on here seem to be questioning whether these children are simply too young to use/be responsible for a rather expensive piece of technology, whether this considerable expense is entirely necessary (or is, in fact, affordable), and, in a first hand comment (35), as to whether the school involved would be better focussed on basic skills such as reading writing and arithmetic, which they say are woefully lacking. Strangely, despite our backwards thinking, Eciwhtm, Guernsey continues to prosper whilst the rest of the world goes to hell in a handcart, so before you start you start tripping down the incredibly well worn, oh so tedious path that so many local dissers have ventured down (whilst living her and benefiting from the local 'mindset'), perhaps you should start considering just how lucky we all are to live in this little backwater.