Learning in Twenty-First Century Schools: Note 6: Norms and Costs of School Infrastructure

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Dec 2014
As a general rule, regional educational systems have dissimilar school building patters, with manu dating back to the 19th, or buildings that have responded to various architectural, pedagogical, as well as political currents and that have been adapted more or less successfully to today's requirements. At the same time, investment in recent years has favored the emergence of modern buildings with greater comfort levels, better suited to changes in teaching and learning processes, including the use of technology and computing, accessibility, and community participation.