WHAT WE DO
The regional project “Learning in 21st Century Schools,” promotes the creation of favorable learning environments through the improvement of design, planning and management of school infrastructure.
21ST CENTURY SCHOOLS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN CONTEST
Through this contest we seek to recognize and share innovative ideas from the region on educational infrastructure projects. We want to inspire others to take up these ideas and adapt them to their contexts.
Eleven regional workshops have been organized to analyze issues related to the design, planning, construction, operation, and maintenance of school infrastructure, as well as to exchange best practices from inside and outside of Latin America and the Caribbean.
This platform gathers and categorizes relevant and up to date documents related to the management and implementation of successful school infrastructure projects.
The School Infrastructure Regional Census (CIER for its acronym in Spanish) is a software that organizes, quantifies and systematizes the inventory of schools to facilitate school infrastructure management and capital planning.
The project has enabled the creation of a network of school infrastructure experts and practitioners from different countries in the region. Currently, 14 countries are actively participating.