March 2019 School Planning & Management

School Planning & Management March 2019


Features

mechanical systems

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

Control Freaks

By Andrew LaRowe, Mike Raible

Optimizing School Mechanical Systems By Paying Attention.


Organic Learning Environments

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

Creating Organic Learning Environments Through Sustainable Design

By Tom Haymes

The structure and surrounding landscape can be active learning tools.


Northland Pines High School

Intelligent Schools

By Michael Fickes

K-12 school buildings that automatically manage and control utility costs 24-hours a day.


students

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

Authentic Experiences

The key to engaging students in learning.


flooring

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

"Both/And"

By Scott Berman

Like many things in life, flooring decisions are not always easy 'black or white' decisions.


school bus

Facilities (Learning Spaces)

Keeping Schools Healthy Starts Before the Kids Get to School


Columns

Safety & Security

Are Your Strategies Wanting?

By Michael Dorn

Emerging extreme violent attack methodologies.


Business Practices

Integrated ERP Solutions

By Amy Smith

It's time to learn all of the features so you can make use of their full value.


Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Examining Our Priorities

By Jerry Enderle


Departments

learning environment

Building Blueprints (Facilities in Focus)

Reuse or Rebuild?

By Pip Lewis

Balancing the call of history with next-gen learning.


Products

Ki

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Mobile Furniture Makes for Engaged Minds


SMARTdesks

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

School's Innovation Lab Greeted With Success


Extras

Ask the Expert (Student Safety)

Can Technology Contribute To School Safety?

By Richard Fuller


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