Reading the last chapter of The Flat World and Education, I see a connection with the chapter and the quote from John Dewey. As an individual, typically, we would want the world for our child, but our actions for other children is not the same. As a nation do we actively try to implement the best for children? No, our government does not try to equally give the same opportunity to all children.
All five sections of the last chapter make a great deal of sense, and to some degree I think that I see this change within my own school. But do I think other schools are having the same opportunities? I'm not sure.