Project FROG Envisions Green Solution for Crowded Classrooms

Project FROG Envisions Green Solution for Crowded Classrooms
Sam Biddle
  • 8 june 2009

Hoping to replace the cramped, dingy trailers that have been implemented to ease California’s terribly overcrowded classrooms (ranked among the worst in the US), Project FROG is designing overflow educational space that is both conducive to learning and green. FROG’s classrooms are made of prefabricated, modular structures that can be arranged to match each school’s varying size and space needs, and maximize exposure to natural light (found to boost standardized test scores).

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