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A 10th-grader enters her classroom, flips open her Chromebook and then settles into a quiet corner to work. In another part of the room, a group of her peers gather on a couch to collaborate on a project . A teacher is there to guide the students when needed and circulates throughout the room to answer questions. He broadcasts a math question from the interactive screen to each device and asks the students to help solve it. This is an example of a modern ­learning environment , and in an ideal world, students here receive ­personalized instruction that results in better classroom performance. Modern classrooms are open and flexible and have writable surfaces, modular furniture, one-to-one... Full story

10 August