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Can Better Designed Classroom Furniture Help Students Who Can't Sit Still?

Dutch architecture firm i29's wire furniture designs might make it easier for students with ADD to concentrate.

Whether a classroom has student desks lined up in neat rows facing forward, or collaboration-friendly groups of desks or tables, one fact remains the same: Students are expected to sit still for the majority of the school day. For kids who are naturally fidgety, or have ADD or learning disabilities, that's a real challenge. But as Fast Company Design reports, a Dutch architecture firm, i29, thinks they've found a solution that will make it easier for kinetically-inclined students to concentrate.

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