While I do not agree with the theology and philosophy of a lot of what SoulPancake says and does, I love the questions they ask. So what if we look at knowledge within the disparaging socioeconomic climates we have in America with regards to learning?
Here’s what they say about the video they present below:
In the age of technology, we have more information at our fingertips than ever before. We partnered with Sprint to explore what advantages (and disadvantages) students have thanks to the internet. 70% of teachers assign homework that requires access to the internet. Yet, 5 million families with school aged children do not have access to high speed internet at home. So, what happens to the kids whose life circumstances don’t allow them easy access to all the internet has to offer?
What are your thoughts on this different level of access to information? What can you and your organization do to help?