Is pounding down the ‘brick and mortar’ the only way to change instruction or pedagogical practices?
There are many more elements involved that have caused education to become stagnant (unions, school year, testing overdoes, etc.).
Vicki Davis commented
Lots of anonymous submissions here, but I agree that certainly removing location is not the only way to change instruction. Still trying to understand where this is coming from - what research pushing to only elearning. Just don't see this happening in forseeable future or honestly, being practical on a wide scale.