It is very reasonable to think that one of the legislative pushes of the Biden Administration, sooner or later, will be for a huge infrastructure bill. Many advocates are already working to ensure that school modernization will be part of that effort. If and when that happens, some of us are looking to ensure that there are at least pilot projects to build new buildings specifically designed to accommodate the operations of a community school. Most community school models in this country have been implemented in buildings that were developed for a traditional approach to education--while in many cases these have served rather well once ISS has been adopted, we can imagine that the functions could be enhanced if we purpose-build for the intended uses. As part of a research team with the Perkins Eastman architecture firm, we are gathering data to understand what customized designs might look like and we hope to be conducted interviews and focus groups soon. We want to hear from practitioners about what they think should be built into a "classic" community school--of course, local conditions will determine what ultimately makes sense for a particular project but perhaps there is a model design that can be created that can be easily adopted by LEAs. If you have thoughts about this, please share them in this Discussion Space.