Classrooms with rigid seats recall an era when teachers held court in front of rows of submissive students. Obedience took precedence over comprehension—as long as a student was sitting up straight, it didn’t necessarily matter if he or she was learning the lesson being taught. And it wasn’t unheard of for a posture-makes-perfect teacher to help bring about an upright sitting position by putting a yardstick down the back of a student’s shirt.  This era may ...

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