![STEEM BLOG 4.png](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/robertoueti/BZG6DTeo-STEEM20BLOG204.png) It is interesting what we can find nowadays on the internet, in relation to information that previously we only had access to by the books. Let's exclude the negative thinking and all the problems related to fake news that people like to stress every time we speak of a freer and flat internet for people. I am saying about the knowledge we have learned in schools, from basic subjects such as languages and mathematics, to the most complex ones such as sociology, physics, chemistry and biology. When I was just a teenager I remember it took hours in front of the computer to find information that was relevant but not yet available on the internet, such as YouTube tutorials, the blog pages of people who liked to write about what was easy or in the postings of articles that look like college dissertations. Today, with a little time and dedication, a child can enter on youtube and the articles of the internet referring to a certain subject and to be able to search from basic contents of elementary education, until the contents that are studied only in a post graduation, what makes me increasingly be in favor of homeschooling, after all, if the child can find any kind of content that has ease and enjoy, you may as well use this to develop his aptitudes for something that can really influence his perception of world and choice of career. It is absurd that people still believe that the centralized model of information in today's schools creates children to become thinkers, since they were all designed as production lines from their earliest days with Otto Von Bismark. I believe that people need to understand that knowledge is no longer present physically in a given place and that children nowadays, if well guided, can find much more content for their lives by reading and studying these articles than by going to schools that have the same structure since the XVIII century.