P3s, Prefab & More: Creative Ways to Get Schools Built

Whether it’s managing risk, obtaining funding, or dealing with escalation, there are numerous challenges that arise in the process of delivering 21st-century learning environments. However, out of these challenges rise some of the best creative...

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The Nation's First Net-Zero Energy School

One might guess that the nation’s first net-zero energy K-12 school is located in Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, or perhaps New York City. However, the first school to achieve full-scale net-zero status is located in the heart of the rural...

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Designing Healthier Schools with the WELL Building Standard

With the growing recognition that student learning and well-being is closely tied to the built environment, school districts are under pressure to address gaps in current building features and operations.

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Charting the Path to a Successful School Bond Election

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9 Secrets to Successful Capital Management from a Former Superintendent

How can school districts guarantee successful bond program management?

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Success Strategies in Facilities Planning for Large Urban School Districts 

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Designing Classrooms for 21st Century Learning

Thanks to technology, many fields have experienced a seismic shift in the way things are done. Public schools, however, are not one of those domains...with a few exciting exceptions.

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Sandy Hook Architect Shares Insights Into Design Process

Two young fish are swimming along when an old, wise fish swims up to them and says, "So boys, how's the water?" They swim a little longer before one of them finally says to the other, “What is water?”

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Reimagining the Classrooms of the Future

Are our kids being taught in schools that prepare them for the world of Google? Or are they left behind in classrooms stuck in decades, even centuries, past? Unfortunately, recent research shows that the latter is the case.

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