Schoolhousing : Planning and Designing Educational Facilities
Schoolhousing presents a theoretical and practical portrayal of how, when, and why public school districts build new schools. Based on extensive data analysis and a comprehensive review of the literature, the book specifies school district reorganization and subsequent steps necessary to implement plans. The book discusses and considers how school districts relate to state agencies on regulatory, fiscal, and support bases. It also addresses questions important to school district officials, principals, architects, contractors, and others engaged in projects which require long-term management. The work is unique in that both organizational points of view and individual roles are presented.
- Paperback | 195 pages
- 130.56 x 214.12 x 12.45mm | 317.51g
- 01 Jan 1994
- State University of New York Press
- Albany, NY, United States
- Total Illustrations: 0