School facilities built in the mid-20th century often have structural limitations that make it difficult to support the delivery of a 21st century curriculum.
Operating a School District as a Business
As 21st century learning makes a larger impact among school districts across the nation, the design of school facilities has shifted froma construction-first to an education-first philosophy.
There is more than one pathway to energy-efficiency and green technology. One of the most common pathways for builders and architects is LEED certification.
The design of sports and athletics in middle schools and high schools is following in the footsteps of the core academics trend that took us from traditional, double-loaded corridors to the flexible spaces of today.
With Proposition 51, the $9 billion Statewide school facilities bond slated for the November election, many Local Educational Agencies ("LEAs") are gearing up to get in line for State funding.