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Well-Being at School: Does Infrastructure Matter?

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  • Katrien Cuyvers

    (University of Antwerp)

  • Gio De Weerd

    (University of Antwerp)

  • Sanne Dupont

    (University of Antwerp)

  • Sophie Mols

    (University of Antwerp)

  • Chantal Nuytten

    (University of Antwerp)

Abstract

What is the impact of school infrastructure on the well-being of students in Flemish secondary schools? A study, commissioned by AGIOn (the Flemish agency that subsidises school buildings), investigated the impact of educational spaces on their users and set out to identify empirical evidence supporting the importance of school infrastructure on the well-being of students in secondary schools.

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  • Katrien Cuyvers & Gio De Weerd & Sanne Dupont & Sophie Mols & Chantal Nuytten, 2011. "Well-Being at School: Does Infrastructure Matter?," CELE Exchange, Centre for Effective Learning Environments 2011/10, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaac:2011/10-en
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    infrastructure; quality indicators; satisfaction levels; well-being;

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