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Who we are

The Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) is a Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). We are a large and active group of over 10,000 architects and allied professionals concerned with the quality and design of all types of educational, cultural, and recreational facilities that promote lifelong learning in safe, welcoming and equitable environments. The CAE’s mission is to foster innovative and collaborative design of educational facilities and to heighten public awareness on the importance of learning environments.

  

CAE and Learning By Design Partnership 

04-29-2024 12:20 PM

The Committee on Architecture for Education is happy to have a long standing partnership with Learning by Design and Designquest Media, LLC.  As part of this partnership CAE and LBD have, and continue, to work together to uplift and highlight research, case studies and best practices pertaining to the design and construction of educational facilities and communities of learning.



CAE Articles in Learning by Design Magazine
For 32 years Learning By Design magazine has been school and university leaders’ premier source for education facility design and architecture. Offering a multidisciplinary group of decision-makers a knowledge-based platform for creating environments that spur human explorations, creativity, learning, and well-being. Showcasing built projects, case studies, and research that exemplify how the design of the physical space can impact teaching, programming, academic and social outcomes.

The Spring 2024 edition of Learning By Design magazine. Within you will find over 52 exemplary education projects featured in the Educational Facilities Design Awards Showcase. In addition, there are numerous knowledge-based feature articles, departments, and case studies. A highlight is the AIA CAE article, A Vision for Safe, Welcoming Schools, Children at the Center of a New Resiliency Framework. This article is authored by Dina Sorensen, Caroline Lobo, Judith Hoskens, and Rebecca Baibak, members of the AIA-CAE and its Research Sub-committee.

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View this edition and others at www.learningbydesignmagazine.com.


The DIALOGUES Compendium 

The Research Subcommittee is pleased to present all five DIALOGUES journal publications in a single compendium. Over the past five years, our annual planning tradition started with many conversations about the grand societal challenges we face. Our context for practice two decades into a new millennium brings us into direct contact with clients who seek new ideas for improving learning environments, stoked by some promise from research. We always started with dialogue and through a sharing and listening process we could commit to a singular topic for each Fall launch. Now, as a collection, we cover five grand challenges, each with its own complexities and nuances based on the specific angle of research.

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