Marcus Ninth Grade Center in Lewisville Independent School District

Today’s Learners and the Next Generation of Schools

As summer starts to wind down, the excitement of the start of school becomes the topic of conversation with many families.  However, that excitement is oftentimes short lived as our students return to traditional, perhaps even outdated school facilities.  These are schools lined with long hallways with lockers, flanked by square classrooms, and limited view to the outdoors. The traditional double loaded corridor I just described can be found in most schools, and it is representative of a different era of instruction and learning. The move from that era, to...


Irene Nigaglioni creates school buildings that help children learn better

Irene Nigaglioni’s passion for education design began in an architecture firm in Puerto Rico. She is interested in the role of architecture in helping students succeed.

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