Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Though its not precisely law-based in its focus, for those interested in key land use issues, this award competition sounds quite interesting:
The James D. MacConnell Award recognizes an outstanding, comprehensive planning process, which results in educational facilities that serve the needs of students, staff, and the community, and facilitates student achievement. Emphasizing the connection between the planning process and the end-result, a healthy, high-performing school facility, the James D. MacConnell Award uniquely assesses how well a school facility supports the academic program of the school district. With on-site interviews of students, school staff, community stakeholders and the design team, the jury thoroughly evaluates the entire process of building a school.
Learn more about deadlines and other competition information, here.
Chad Emerson, Faulkner
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