DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s like something right out of the past. No computers, no tablets.
North Texas students are going to class in a one-room schoolhouse in a little red house on the hill, with a school bell on the porch and a white picket fence out front.
It’s a play on the past for 30 children at a time and the families who yearn for it.
“We go back to the basics. First things first,” says June Campbell.
She has led this special academy in far north Dallas for 30 years now.
Children, 13 years and younger, fill three sections of the one classroom crafted for the Campbell Christian Academy.
Reading, writing and arithmetic. That’s it. Computers, tablets and other tech gadgets won’t be found here.
“We use the brain computer. The brain is like a muscle,” explains Campbell. “If you think about it, if…
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