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The Chair King of Rock and Roll

The Chair King of Rock and Roll

While sitting, the majority of K-12 students spend most of their school day in "stupid chairs." Let me clarify. I'm not saying all chairs are "stupid," just the typical traditional district standard four-legged chair found in most K-12 classrooms in the United States....

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D&D’s Mobile Presentation Station

D&D’s Mobile Presentation Station

When I was in school in the 1960's and 70's, most of my K-12 teachers had their desk in the front corner of the room. These desks were made out of solid wood and had anchored many a school year.  When the teacher was not teaching at the front chalkboard, or at the...

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Back to the Future with Cantilever Chairs

Back to the Future with Cantilever Chairs

“Movement and exercise are essential fundamental requirements. Children especially need plenty of exercise for the harmonious development of body and mind. Constant rhythmic alternation between the static and the dynamic, between pressure and relief of pressure,...

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This Chair Rocks! The VS Hokki Wobble Stool

This Chair Rocks! The VS Hokki Wobble Stool

For music, everything you need to know about Rock ‘n’ Roll is right there in the title. It’s a complete sensory experience. So complete that as a genre it has now transcended multiple generations since the 1950’s. In the world of school furniture, there is a category...

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