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Storage For The New-Age
My students need 2 Tabletop Communication Centers to store electronic devices.
You've had high quality items that needed care and an appropriate storage unit. That's the case with some of our electronic devices. We need a durable storage compartment.
My kids are lucky to be avid technology users with access to some topnotch resources.
Still, our budget is tight. We have been getting by with a sagging cardboard organizer to hold several laptop computers. Our current unit needs regular repair and reinforcement, so we'd like to replace it with something more sturdy.
A high quality stackable wooden storage unit will replace the sagging cardboard cubby that we scavenged from a throw away pile at the end of a school year. The laptops and other devices we need to store are used on a daily basis and need a home that will hold up to the comings and goings of multiple devices throughout the day.
We are fortunate to have access to a growing number of technology tools.
As we access new tools we need systems within the classroom that make them accessible to students. These storage units will hold up for years.
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