There is an assumed correlation that it directly spills over to education. That is not possible in the current configuration of most contemporary schools.
So we come to the concept of the 'virtual classroom'. For convenience, such an entity may be characterised as a classroom that allows participants to communicate with one another, view presentations or videos, interact with other participants, and engage with resources in work groups. It is accessible on demand, cost effective and opens a portal to flexible learning.
Teachers should not view a virtual classroom with disdain. Imagine for a moment the exponential gains for students - no longer will there be fiefdoms where one school competes with another in order to gain kudos and assert their primacy over other schools. Think for a moment if a doctor of medicine with-held the holy grail to a cure for all cancers due to a blinded loyalty to an institution and not patients (i.e. come to hospital x or suffer the consequences).
As teachers we are bound to assist every colleague and every student ; so make a New Year's resolution - lend assistance to all children by removing the firewalls to knowledge, accelerated learning and sharing.