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Students apply geometry lessons to build tiny houses

from The Hechinger Report

Every week in geometry class, more than two dozen Eureka High School students stow their backpacks and cellphones in their lockers and don hard hats and goggles. Instead of sitting at desks, they slice wood with power saws, measure wood to be cut and hammer together the skeleton of a new tiny house — a fully habitable dwelling, just 26 feet long — all with little teacher help. In less than two months, they have almost finished building the entire frame of a 14-by-26-foot house from the ground up. more


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