Learning Space Design

Developing Future Ready Environments for Today's Student

The Learning Space Design Project (LSDP), part of SOLES's Entrepreneurship in Education (IEE), works with school districts, school program managers, and education design architects to develop intentionally designed physical spaces that structurally support these new kinds of personalized and technology-rich blended learning environments. At the core of the LSDP theory of action is the understanding that future ready learning spaces -- ones that best serve students, teachers, and innovative instructional strategies -- emerge through an iterative process that is driven by practice-oriented research, student-centered program design and evidence-based professional learning.

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USD SOLES' Center for Education Policy and Law (CEPAL) was integrately involved in creation of e3 Civic:

  • Conducted the feasibility study.
  • Facilitated a unique collaboration of between the City of San Diego, San Diego Unified School District and the San Diego Public Library Foundation.
  • Wrote the petition for the charter school.
  • Designed learning delivery systems.
  • Provide guidance on legal issues.
  • Establilshed board governance.