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Flexibility First

For schools to provide student-centered learning spaces, having flexible furnishings is a top priority.

School planners have many factors to weigh as they choose the furniture and furnishings that will fill classrooms and other instructional spaces a facility—cost, comfort, ergonomics, durability, sustainability.

But as modern education strategies have become more focused on student-centered approaches that take into account different learning styles, and emphasize personalized instruction and hands-on learning, flexibility has come to the fore as a key factor in furniture selec

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