The Chade Bag, 2005 Christopher Columbus Chairman’s Award

Written by on November 10, 2005 in 2005, Christopher Columbus Chairman's Award, Researcher

The Chade Bag

Edward W. Stitt
New York, NY

Problem: There is a huge disparity in size among middle-school students, spanning a foot and a half in height and 100 pounds in weight, which can cause problems for some students not being able to see the blackboard and teacher.

Solution: An inflatable backpack that folds out into an elevated chair which the students can easily take to each class and even use to carry their supplies. It gives them the extra lift they need to comfortably see the teacher and blackboard and even has applications outside the classroom at sporting events and concerts


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