Connected: Disrupting Education Through Technology

| November 11, 2019

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This Middle School is disrupting education through technology. Students at Franklin D. Roosevelt in Bristol, PA don't sit in classrooms with rows but instead work collectively as they experiment with emerging technologies.

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