Emma and Naut get picked up in a hydrogen self-driven car. Although they live quite far from their learning hub they always arrive on time. There are no traffic jams.

This hub is no longer remotely resembling the school their parents sometimes tell about. It is universal. The ‘building’ has cosy corners, amphitheater, restaurant, rooms looking a bit like a classroom are built on the outside, beanbags, a garden … Solar panels, rainwater collector, thousands of mini windmills on the roof catch wind and turn when it rains. This is how this hub is self-sufficient. They needn’t go to the learning hub every day as of the age of 12. Only on planned days and their few fixed days. 

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