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ERIC Number: ED050432
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Dec-2
Pages: 13
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Reference Count: 0
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Problems in School Planning.
Chick, Charles E.
This speech emphasizes Florida's progress in school planning while exposing a number of their still unsolved educational planning problems. Among these problems are those of (1) pupil population analysis within the school district when considerations have to be made concerning whether to add to or remodel existing schools, or to construct new ones; (2) land use studies that will permit effective dealing with population mobility; and (3) administrative adeptness in scheduling techniques that will insure the best use of space. Alternative forms of space utilization such as open plan schools, community schools, and flexibility of design are suggested. The impact of bond issue failures on school building programs concludes the presentation. (MLF)
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Identifiers: Florida
Note: Paper presented at University of Florida Center for Educational Facilities School Facilities Conference (Gainesville, Florida, december 2, 1970)