Adaptive modular whiteboard system enhances multiple spaces within High Point School
June 6, 2022
Polyvision Corp. is pleased to announce that its Flow full wall modular whiteboard system has been installed in High Point School (High Point), a recently renovated public school located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to meeting the special needs of students with disabilities.
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