Marty Speth's classroom at Delavan-Darien High School in Wisconsin doesn't operate like most, reports the Janesville Gazette: It's almost entirely paperless--no textbooks, no hardcopy lecture outlines, no written tests. Tables specially designed to accommodate two dozen computers replace the traditional desks and chairs. Electronic whiteboards replace chalkboards. Three large recycling bins--two for aluminum, glass, and plastic and one for paper--trump a small garbage can. "At the end of last school year ... when I took stuff down [to the main office] to be duplicated, I was astounded at the amount of paper that came back," said Speth, an agriculture education...

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