School-Building Facilities for Community Schools
by James A. Lewis & Russell E. Wilson - 1953
There are so many parents with so many different ideas about schools that nothing happens unless some machinery is set up to channel their ideas to teachers and administrators in the schools. This is even more important in planning and building the structure to house the school program. It may be entirely set apart from the community life or be the very core and center of everyday life. Careful consideration of many factors will insure a building that is more apt to further the desired community aims and objectives.
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