Furniture and furnishings for todayrsquos education institutions should be flexible and adaptable to changes in the learning environment Photo by Jeffrey Totaro

Furniture and furnishings for today’s education institutions should be flexible and adaptable to changes in the learning environment. Photo by Jeffrey Totaro

A 21st-Century Fit

Tips for outfitting educational spaces with furniture and furnishings.

Furniture itself does not inherently create a 21st-century learning environment, but the planning, combination of furniture items and their subsequent use can work to support such an environment. 

Last fall, a forum was conducted with educational representatives of the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity committee, whose pre-K to 12 schools serve the children of military service and defense

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