When today’s educators and planners discuss classroom design and furniture selection, one of the most sought-after characteristics is flexibility. But to move forward to more flexible learning spaces and furniture, schools and universities have to break free from a traditional mindset in which classrooms didn’t just lack flexibility, but were intentionally designed to eliminate it.  In “A Hand-Book of School Management and Methods of Teaching,” published in ...

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