Cheap (Yet Valuable) Learning Space Redesign

Aug 5, 2016

When school leaders hear the phrase “learning space redesign,” many immediately envision dollar signs and downplay any possibilities because of limited budgets. However, this doesn’t have to be the case, as learning space redesign doesn’t have to be costly. A few gallons of paint, taking the time to declutter, a few yard sales, and thinking creatively can provide the needed fresh look, flexibility, and tools to complete a learning space redesign. As such, school leaders should start by thinking creatively, not costly.

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