A bridge of understanding

Part of innovative school design means learning which innovations the community wants and needs.

Architects designing schools today face a similar set of questions as those faced by technology innovators. Do we design and construct schools that people are familiar and comfortable with? Or do we design and construct truly innovative schools that can accommodate and support teaching/learning processes of the future; some of which have yet to be developed?

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