Students need more than a pen and paper to craft an essay or solve a math problem. They also need a desk that physically support their education and creativity.
Many children in developing nations, however, don't have access to desks inside or outside the classroom. Instead, they need to crouch and squeeze their bodies into uncomfortable positions to write, making completing schoolwork difficult.
But a new invention simply called the Letter Desk could help change that. The desk is compact and made of cardboard, making it light enough for children to carry around without a struggle. It's also low-cost and recyclable, making it ideal for children in the developing world. Read more...
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