Virginia Educational Facility Planners

Association for Learning Environments


The Association for Learning Environments is the only organization whose principle purpose is improving the places where children learn. The Association provides training and professional development through workshops, seminars, symposia and conferences; and sponsors research and the dissemination of information regarding the educational facility's impact on student success and community vitality. Since its beginnings as the National Council on Schoolhouse Construction in 1921, the Association for Learning Environments has evolved into a multi-national organization with nearly 3,500 individual, institutional and corporate members in seven active regions around the world. While the bulk of its membership is in the U.S. and Canada, the fastest-growing affiliate is the Australasia Region, which includes Australia and the Pacific Rim countries. Learn more about the Association on-line.


If you would like to become a member of the Association and/or participate in VA4LE events you can register on-line. You can also contact John Hill, who is the Virginia chapter’s membership coordinator.

Learn more about the Association for Learning Environments Southeast Region (of which the Virginia chapter is a member).

Log into the members only section for exclusive Association for Learning Environments member resources including facility research, leadership tools, Educational Facility Planner journals, membership directory, IssueTraks, state-by-state capital funding profiles and much more.