Published in Learning by Design: Stock Plans vs. Community Input
What is the right choice for school design?
Is your career and technical education center future-ready?
When school districts create opportunities for collaboration in their CTE centers, they help students be ready for jobs that don’t currently exist
STEM education can be implemented in kindergarten, especially with the right space
No need to wait until high school for STEM education—how the right design can enhance STEM opportunities in K-8
Find design inspiration for your school through virtual tours
Virtual reality can inspire projects when an in-person tour is not possible
Happier, smarter and more engaged students. Can design do that?
Finding a way to quantify the positive impacts architecture has on the success of students and faculty
ACE Mentors: Encouraging the next generation of designers
Partnering with a mentorship program allows us to do what we do best—give back to our local communities
What's the impact of school design on student learning?
Research into Richard J. Lee Elementary School helps answer the question
Connecting the worlds of architecture and education, one pencil at a time
From the first day of kindergarten to the last day of detailed school design, the humble pencil links students, schools, and architects.