I understand that putting Chromebooks into schools would be pretty seamless, relative to existing laptop computers. But in this video, there are a bunch of students just typing away on a computer in the middle of an ambiguous classroom. What if they're in English class? What are they doing on the laptop? How does this make teaching any more efficient? Grinnell College's president Raynard Kington made this point at a presentation earlier this year: technology may give us fancier teaching tools, like PowerPoint, but technology has not made teaching substantially more efficient than it was, say, 100 years ago. We still need teachers talking to students. I'm not sure what significant leaps in efficiency a Chromebook would help achieve. Interestingly, the video doesn't actually have any answers either, just a shot of some child holding a Chromebook in a science fair. What magical app makes science fair projects easier for children who aren't using sophisticated scientific technology?