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Facility Planning: Future Tense, Part 2

Facility Planning: Future Tense, Part 2

School leaders, researchers and architects are continually trying to ascertain the future of education. With new research in brain development, a growing recognition for process-oriented curriculum, and a new generation of learners, learning spaces need to be designed to accommodate trends identified by educational futurists. Of 10 identified trends in education, five (multicultural fluency, intense data, integrating arts-tech-engineering, customized learning and project-based learning) were

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