- Back to bells and cells? Russell, J.S. // Architectural Record;Sep1988, Vol. 176 Issue 10, p100
Interview. Three architects, Earl Flansburgh, Bill Brubaker, and Paul Kennon, each with several decades of school-design experience and each a respected innovator in the field, discuss the ways in which planning for primary and secondary education has changed since the 1960s and 1970s.
- A new school of thought. Patterson, Maureen // Buildings;Sep98, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p74
Discusses the innovation on modern educational facilities in the United States. High technology equipments in some schools; Changes in teaching methods; Challenge in providing the technologies. INSETS: Worst fears realized;Gotta get the money;Facilities that work.
- Monuments to reform. Harp, Lonnie // Education Week;4/3/96, Vol. 15 Issue 28, p18
Highlights the features and designs of a new generation of schools in the United States. Important aspects of school-building programs; Factors that govern school architects in their design; Adaptation to expanding technology; Incorporation of natural surroundings and settings; Emphasis on...
- Uncommon commons. // American School & University;Oct94, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the commencement of the construction of a 2,000-student high school for the Tucson Unified School District in Arizona. Design features; School facilities; Schedule of completion.
- Building without a plan. // American School & University;Dec94, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p12
Focuses on the state requirement of master plans for schools in the United States planning to design and construct new facilities.
- Regional construction activity shifts. Abramson, Paul // American School & University;May95, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p2a
Presents information concerning education construction in the United States by region. New school buildings for 1994; Cost, size and shape of new schools; Education construction spending by region. INSET: Technology initiative..
- From college to grade school. // American School & University;Oct95, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p16
Reports on the renovation of a building at the University of Massachusetts to become the Boston Renaissance Charter School, the largest charter school in the United States. Design and architecture.
- What makes outstanding projects. // American School & University;Nov96, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p14
Enumerates criteria for the `American School and University' journal's `Architectural Portfolio' awards for school design in the United States.
- Specialized. // American School & University;Nov96, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p162
Presents educational facilities in the United States cited by the `American School and University' journal based on architectural design merits. Includes Center for Self Enhancement in Portland, Oregon; Trailwoods Environmental Science Magnet in Kansas City, Missouri; John Joseph Moakley Center...