Houston High School Library Goes Virtual

Houston High School Library Goes Virtual
Innovation

A Texas school principal junks library books in favor of a "coffee-shop" style e-book campaign.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 29 november 2010

In a bold move that seems to echo the sentiments of Ray Bradbury’s controversial novel Fahrenheit 451, Lamar High School James McSwain disposed of a vast majority of the books in the school library–now remodeled in the style of a coffee shop– in favor of an e-book campaign.

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