From The Atlantic: The tech industry is officially out to remodel your kid’s classroom — and it feels like there’s a good chance that it’s going to succeed. After years of more or less resisting the pull of the web, both college and K-12 seem ripe to be remade for the digital age. There’s political buy-in. There’s investor buy-in. There’s, frankly, a pervasive sense that it’s just time. But what exactly will tomorrow’s schools look like after they get a Silicon Valley-style makeover? What exactly are we trying to accomplish pedagogically by integrating computers more deeply into the classroom? And how do we work more science, math, and tech education into our schools?