Great Schools by Design: Winter 2008

The Winter 2008 School Design Institute was held in conjunction with the National Conference on Education and was hosted by the American Association of School Administrators. This document reflects the comments and recommendations related to specific projects presented by two school districts: Seminole County Public Schools, Florida and Wichita Unified School District 259, Kansas. The superintendent and two representatives from the district were invited to participate in a charrette with four national experts specializing in the field of K–12 design and education. The process was highly collaborative and involved districts in a discussion about the benefits of good design and planning, so that they could lead their districts in supporting innovative solutions.

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