November/December School Planning & Management

School Planning & Management November/December 2018


Features

Dover High School

Education Interiors

By Scott Berman

The interior spaces where students’ high school careers and experiences unfold are of prime importance to those young people, faculty, staff, and administrators. The best such spaces help districts and individual schools express and realize their goals while guiding high school students toward achieving theirs.


Columns

Annual Education Design Showcase

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

A Glimpse of the Future of Educational Facilities

By Jerry Enderle


Business (Managing K-12 Education)

Smart Buy

By Michael Fickes

Cooperative purchasing helps K-12 school districts keep the shelves fully stocked while saving money.


Intelligent Buildings

Keeping K-12 Schools in Tiptop Shape

By Peter Costanzo

Enhancing k-12 facilities management by leveraging BIM data.


Extras

Hot Tips (Cooperative Purchasing)

Cooperative Procurement for Public Purchasing

By Matt Peterson


Sponsored Content

Smart Lockers Now and Beyond the Pandemic

Campus operations of all kinds were severely impacted by the pandemic, as were many of the habits and expectations of students, parents, faculty and staff. Some of those changes, it appears, will outlast the pandemic — including advances in the way packages are delivered and tracked on campus. Read this Q&A with the Editor to find out more.