(CBS) At a high-tech high school in Philadelphia, textbooks and blackboards are out, so are paper and pens. There aren’t even books in the library. Everything is done on laptops, reports CBS News Saturday anchor Thalia Assures.
Even the lockers are automated — opened with the swipe of a smartcard. And there’s no math or geography class here. It’s all integrated.
“One half of the period you’re learning math, the other half of the period you’re learning science. But it all comes together,” said one student. Read more.