The Flexible Learning Hall at Stanford University’s School of Education

“Some say that well over half of the nation’s school and university space is functionally obsolete – and as these facilities age the problem only gets worse.”

Principal Steve Kelley discusses MKThink’s work with Stanford University School of education to transform outdated facilities into adaptive, high performance environments to aligned with ever-evolving teaching and learning approaches.

 

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