There are many problems involved with incorporating technology into a school environment.  Firstly, you have the aspect of the physical environment, where the computers and equipment can be safely and securely located.  The cost of keeping this technology up to date is also a lot for some schools to afford.  As new technology continues to be released at a rapid rate, the costs associated with keeping up with these releases is vast.  As Fluck confirms, “some schools are rapidly moving into the computer age.  It supersedes an age dominated by text, the written word.  We might characterise the computer age in schools as one where graphics, video, audio and even communication take a place alongside books as the method of transmitting knowledge from present to future or across the world.  Given such a prognosis, our students will require powerful computers and bandwidth to turn expectation into reality.” (2000, p. 126).