There is no doubt that technology has brought the entire world into every young person's home. After all, just about anything can be found in less than a second on the internet, and it has never been easier to communicate instantly with anyone in the world. But some people ask: Does that necessarily mean that these young people have anything to say? If they did, could they spell it? Do information and communications technology actually help or hamper basic numeric skills, verbal communication, and literacy development? How can people best harness the incredible power of information and communication technology for quality educational outcomes? Accessibility options on the DVD are: (1) expanded description, (2) English subtitles in a black box.