Sunnyvale ISD, a Consortium Associate district east of Dallas, recently opened a next-generation learning space at its middle school.

“We felt it was important to change the learning space because instruction has changed. We moved away from teaching kids in rows more to collaborative spaces,” said Doug Williams, Sunnyvale ISD superintendent. “We want to make sure that instruction and learning match, that’s very important to us at Sunnyvale ISD.”

Read more as reported by Mesquite News.

See inside the new learning space and hear from Sunnyvale educators in this video.