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Guest Host: Matthew Felling
Schools throughout our region are adapting cutting-edge architectural designs and technology, from “green roofs” to wireless classrooms. We look at how school design affects students’ success in the classroom, and explore trends in new buildings across the region.
- Mary Filardo Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
- David Lever Executive Director, State of Maryland Public School Construction Program; Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture and Design, Virginia Tech
- Iris Amdur Principal of GreenShape, LLC
- Moreno Carrasco Principal, Richard Montgomery High School (Rockville, MD)
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