Well, that's one point of view.. but that's not the whole picture. There still is the physical world which a large portion of learning is NOT utilizing vast technological resources. The reliance upon technology as a replacement or subsitute for traditional uses of human decision making & use of tools even pre-dates the invention of computers as they've evolved from the 20th into the 21st century.
** I agree that society doesn't realize just how far down "cybernetic symbiosis" lane it's gone... I remember back in elementary school the premise that one day that humans might have to "prepare" for a time when all of our advances will be wiped out in a twist of fate... be it a shipwreck/flood, earthquake, world war, global EMP, etc.Humans will need to fend for themselves and better teach their children to cope. I rarely see such knowledge being taught to young people anymore. Government's response.. grab your society made "go bag"... When that runs out? You're SOL. TIme's come to readjust society's value on being able to rebuild society from the ground up should something happens & that begins with teaching healthy young children how do it.
Think of the things we take for granted: clean food & water, shelter, medicine, government services, global commerce, common rules of law, etc. If a global disaster strikes... you can't guarantee any of that will exist post appocalypse.