Supporting Literature (Circulation)

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  • Safety, Movement, Behavior of students, Sustainable interior materials.

Can Research Findings Help School Systems Obtain the Most Bang from the Construction Bucks? is studied by Earthman, G.I and Lemasters, L.K. (1997).

Code Compliant School Buildings Boost Student Achievement is studied by Lumpkin R.B. et al. (2014).

State of Our Schools: America's K-12 Facilities 2016 is studied by Filardo, M. (2016).

  • Safe and supportive environment, Schools.

The Condition of Education is studied by Smith, Thomas M., et al. (1994).

Effect of School Design on Student Outcomes is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2009).

  • Movement and circulation, Student achievement.

The Relationship of School Design to Academic Achievement of Elementary School Children is studied by Yarbrough, K.A (2001).

The relationship between school design variables and student achievement in a large urban Texas school district is studied by Hughes, S.M. (2005).

Explaining relationships among student outcomes and the school's physical environment is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2008).

A case for schoolhouse aesthetics. Educational Planning is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2013).

Building Better Outcomes: The Impact of School Infrastructure on Student Outcomes and Behavior is studied by Fisher, K. (2001).

Green School Characteristics, Sustainability, and Student Learning is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2014) published at Marketing the Green School: Form, Function, and the Future: Form, Function, and the Future, 25.