November 9, 2012
Staff Photo: Brendan Sullivan Students Michael Hu, 14 and Jeffrey Jacob, 14, use a computer design program called Auto Desk Inventor while in physics and engineering class at Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology in Lawrenceville last month.
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A handful of teachers in Gwinnett and thousands around the country are taking the traditional idea of homework and flipping it. It's a new and radical idea that some call the wave of the future.