No Right Brain Left Behind and Green Dot Public Schools convert an uninspired, underused public library into a modern space fit for 21st century learning

An underused public library in California has been radically transformed into a strategically designed immersive environment meant to inspire 21st century innovative thinking. This titivated space – called the Locke JetSpace – is the brainchild of Green Dot Public Schools and No Right Brain Left Behind. It’s a prototype space – hoping to serve as a blueprint for modular spaces that will provide schools with a redesign concept for neglected spaces. Founder of No Right Brain Left Behind Viktor Venson says:

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