Oh look, it's got a video already (best in full-screen):
The humor of this, I guess, is that education is about the least punk profession imaginable.
I've been involved in educational technology on and off during my career. Now mostly off, but I have been doing some stuff with the OLPC project. That project, for all of the innovations they've been able to bring to bear, suffers from a radically top-down distribution model -- the intent is to only sell it in lots of 10,000 to national governments -- which results in collisions between their open-source ideals and the institutional imperatives of the funders. Thus the brouhahah when they veered from the path of open-source purity and allowed Microsoftin the door. Edupunk seems to be scruffy and anticorporate and more in tune with the open source ethos.