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  • Call for speaker proposals!

    Present at the Spring Conference, co-hosted by CAE and the A4LE Northeast Region! We're looking for both case studies and proposals on the bigger picture--submissions are due by Friday, January 5.
  • Get connected to the K12 subcommittee!

    We are looking for a group of energized individuals who can assist our committee in the acquisition, selection, and dissemination of content and sharing relevant to our membership, and to the learning environment community at large.

    Interested? Please contact Chris Blessen to get connected.

Learning by Design: Call for Entries

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Early bird deadline: September 29
Final entry deadline: October 20

Don't miss the Spring 2018 Learning By Design Architectural Awards program. Enter your latest K-12 and/or higher education work, win an award, and be seen by 50,000+ education and design professionals.

The final project entries deadline is October 20. Portfolio submission deadline is October 30.

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  • Raymond Beeler, AIA, founder and director of an AIA volunteer High School Architecture program at a school ...

Other Resources

Academic Library Building Design: Resources for Planning

A guide to providing information for thinking about the design of new and renovated library space, and point toward additional resources that can support, inform and enhance the academic library design process.

Universal Design as a Success Strategy

Help faculty develop presentation material that benefits not only students with documented disabilities, but all students; Offer course methods that encourage all students to participate regardless of their learning styles and abilities; Discuss ways to encourage inclusive education in both traditional and nontraditional academic settings.

Bright School Competition

Help students, parents and teachers better understand the link between light, sleep and student health and performance. Through the Bright Schools competition, students in grades 6-8 will select a topic related to light and sleep and select one of three exploration options (developing a prototype, creating an awareness campaign or writing a research proposal) to create an original project.

School Safety Resources

Discuss integrating safety and security design thinking in educational environments with public officials, school administrators, teachers, parents, and students using this resource list.



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  • Over the past decade and more, a growing list of fields have been studying environmental influences. Education is one, studying the impacts of school ...

  • Oregon has been providing state support for the seismic upgrade of existing schools, the majority of which were built before 1994, the year the code changed ...

  • All: While I agree there are certain social issues that cannot be solved through design but general safety and student success can be effected through ...

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    I am a graduate architecture student at Norwich University and also work as a substitute teacher’s aide ... more

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    When decided to apply to a K-12 Architectural firm; that decision helped me define who I want to be as ... more


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