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17" Tall Adjustable Carrel

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17" Tall Adjustable Carrel

16-25"(W)x 14-31"(D) x 17"(H)

  • Works with all flat screen and CRT monitors
  • Cut-out in the back for wiring.
  • Made of Durable, recyclable, 200# Test Corrugated cardboard material.
  • White on both sides to better reflect light on the work area and to provide a professional look in the classroom.
  • Our computer carrels are guaranteed to set level due to a special manufacturing process.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Durable, affordable and portable.
  • Discourage cheating and help improve student focus by reducing distractions with a computer carrel.
  • Rounded corners for safety.
  • Our computer carrel easily stores flat.
  • We accept purchase orders.
  • Shipping Charge 10% of Total / 6.95 Minimum.
  • Sold in packs of 10 and 20.

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Jоеу has bееn dіаgnоѕеd wіth ADHD and hе'ѕ gоіng to nееd some еxtrа hеlр tо ѕuссееd.

Study саrrеlѕ are grеаt tools tо help students lіkе Joey stay fосuѕеd.

According to “Parents, Let's Unite for Kids”, a private nonprofit organization founded in 1984 by a group of parents of children with disabilities and chronic health problems, ADD children are more comfortable and productive when they are concentrating if unimportant stimuli are reduced or eliminated . . . "some ADD children like to use study carrels with sides that cut off visual distractions and reduce noise".The Alaska Comprehensive System of Student Assessment (CSSA) states in their “Comprehensive System of Student Assessment Benchmark 2 Test Administration Directions” that cardboard carrels help students work individually. “