city, school, urban, re-form, education, bricolage, collage, mash-up, pedagogy, situationism, sublimation, sublation
The urban public school is in crisis. In the 21st century we have yet to reform the bounded and centralized school model: one of queues, rigid spatial/temporal organization, and restricted learning in a continuously supervised environment. The general failure of the public school system within the American city is compounded with the need for new skill sets that refocus educational priority upon ability to communicate, think critically and embody creativity – skills that are becoming crucial in the globalizing culture and economy. The urban public school awaits a critical re-formation that can architecturally and ideologically address these shortcomings.
Dobbertin, Alison, "City School, Urban Re-Form: Sublimating Education into Daily Civic Life" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 275.
Syracuse University School of Architecture 2015
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