Reece Community High School in Devenport, Tasmania, an obscure, blue-collar community in one of Australia's most remote regions, was recently recognized as producing the best planned, designed, and technologically advanced school in the world. The school received CEFPI's James D. MacConnell Award, known as the highest honor for school planning and design and bestowed on one project each year. The award-winning school was developed for a fraction of the cost spent by many of its American competitors vying for the MacConnell prize and took less time to create than most schools of its size and complexity. This article discusses the lessons learned from Reece.
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