Today's Newsletter: These new school updates are amazing!

Today's Newsletter: These new school updates are amazing!

Many students returning to school this year won’t remember the joint. In Miami, Norland High School is the last of Miami-Dade’s 1950s-era high schools to be replaced in the urban core, thanks to a $1.2 billion school improvement bond that was passed in 2012. The district has completed 260 construction projects so far and spent nearly $400 million. In Columbus, Ohio, the district spent $32 million for new homes for the French and Spanish immersion programs. "There is no comparison. We've gone from there being like no technology to a completely Wi-Fi building with all this technology," says Principal Kathryn Myers. We’re always looking for new examples of transformative learning spaces for our Future Rooms feature in the print publication. Post or send them our way! —Kevin Hogan, Content Director

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