While many classrooms have iPads and children rely on the Internet to do their homework, in many ways education is still an analog experience. Are we headed for a wave of disruption? Or are there certain human elements of education that simply can’t be digitized? Evan is joined by Jan Hein Hoogstad, founder and technology developer for Offcourse, an online education platform. They discuss the state of online education, the challenges it faces, and how government policies might change the game.
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#330: The FTC & FCC in Court
#329: Will Rinehart’s Wild Weird Brain
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#327: The Collapse of Complex Societies
#326: Content Moderation Potpourri
#325: Live: Quinta Jurecic on Jan. 6, Social Media, and the Great Rage
#324: Parler Games
#323: Florida & Texas vs. the Internet
#322: FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips
#321: Musk’s Moderation Musings (And Beyond)
#320: The Right and Social Media
#319: Remember FAANG?
#318: The Universal Service Fund
#317: Making Progress
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#315: Social Media “Transparency” as First Amendment Violation
#314: The State of Internet Freedom
#313: Responding to the Broadband Populists
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