Public education in developing countries has revealed that poor infrastructural conditions inhibit the ability to provide quality education. Schools may lack basic infrastructure standards such as adequate classrooms, recreational spaces, safe rooms to safeguard equipment, libraries and other important spaces for academic and social development. This type of educational environment not only affects teachers’ working conditions, but also negatively influences educational outcomes and access to basic education.Inadequacy of learning spaces is a latent factor for out of school children in rural areas where the school suffers from overcrowded classrooms. This problem presents an enrollment capacity issue, by which many students may be turned away from school due to its physical capacity, pedagogic challenges and organizational issues.
Improving school infrastructure and creating adequate classroom space will allow students and teachers a learning space more conducive to learning. This needed construction and remodeling of educative facilities will improve many of the challenges faced by school staff. Additionally, adequate space will allow schools to accommodate all students, cut class sizes and heighten educational standards. No child would be denied a basic education.Creating multipurpose rooms will facilitate a space appropriate for different social and academic performances, in addition to parent meetings and educational seminars. This type of space provides a valuable venue where the whole community can exchange information, hold cultural gatherings, presentations, and many other activities that could not be heldin the past.