In the classrooms of Gulf Pointe Latin School, there is no chance of hearing the chime of a cellphone. There are no laptops or tablets either. No computers.
There is not even a projector or a calculator.
Instead there are students learning in a way that is older than the U.S. education system. They use pencils and paper, eyes focused on the teacher at the front of the room.
“This private academy takes a very traditional approach to curriculum,” head of school Dianne Hamer said.
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