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Wide Open Spaces

The future school may be as unlike the school of the past as today's contemporary open air offices are unlike the musty, dusty dens in which clerks perched on stools in Charles Dickens' time. Just as the best housing products of modern imaginative architects can be called places for living so the new schools may be called places for learning - with the emphasis on learning.

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