Gone are the days of desks and chairs with the teacher standing in front of the classroom. Today’s classroom must have the flexibility to accommodate different learning objectives. “It’s all about getting up and moving around, working with someone, working in a group, and working alone,” says Tricia McDermott, of Peter Gisolfi Associates.  

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