A security camera silently records digital images of hallway comings and goings; a smart ID card in a student’s pocket enables the school to take attendance and deduct the cost of a cafeteria lunch. In a classroom, a sensor measures a drop in daylight levels and directs the lighting system to brighten the electric lights. Meanwhile, students tapping away on tablets connect with information sources far and wide to gather information or communicate with experts to complete research ...

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