The last time Newton built a new elementary school, more than 40 years ago, cafeterias were optional, the needs of special education students weren’t a priority and a television counted as technology in the classroom. As the city embarks on plans to rebuild and renovate at least three elementary schools in the coming years, educators are discussing what a modern school needs and what type spaces will be necessary for the future.
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