In 2027, technology will be developing even more rapidly than now. So for under-resourced high schools, it's going to become even harder to keep up. And while advances in e-learning will help educate a growing number of students, they won't substitute for practical, in-person lessons. However, schools still have one great resource, vacant space in the evening time. So what if they could rent out their labs and classrooms to startups in need of a space to work? And in exchange, the startups staff would teach students what they know firsthand, cutting-edge technology.
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