A Minnesota high school is set to transform its student-staffed "Coffee Stop" counter into a cybercafe with Internet access. The goal, officials say, is to give students a space modeled after a comfortable coffee shop. The counter has been open since 2006 and provides supervised work experience to the staff of students, including those receiving special-education services, while the new cybercafe, officials say, is meant to promote 21st-century learning in a fun environment.

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