Over 250 teachers and principles from eighty elementary and middle schools, representing twenty-five executive districts, selected to serve as Change Agents of a national web project named K-12 Gas Station. Their major tasks are to design, produce, and implement webbased courseware on the “. Besides the expense on the hardware and courseware in the project, there have literally been over twenty thousand seminars/workshops on computer-based education funded each week for in-service teachers at all levels K-12. The actual effectiveness or impact of such diligence is now generally considered suspect. The action evaluation of this project revealed that the whole project should make a sharp turn. The author, a consultant of this national project, has made complete and precise suggestions on the revision of the project. This paper is a condensed report of this research.