Students in New Zealand have input in new school buildings

12/10/2012 | Stuff (New Zealand)

In New Zealand, the Ministry of Education recently polled students about what they want in new, modern school buildings. Among the items on students' wish lists were iPads, rather than desktop computers, and classrooms that include beanbags and cushions on the floor. Officials say students' ideas, some of which were submitted in drawings, will be given to architects charged with designing new schools.

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