Case study of the Jordan Park School of Extended Learning, a K-8 school in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discusses how community interest and involvement helped this new school reinvigorate an urban area. The neighborhood rendered final decisions regarding site selection, school design, modifications to a park that borders the school, and stipulated after-hours access to various parts of the building-including the gym, multipurpose space, and computer lab. Construction management is also addressed.
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