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The average K-12 building in the United States is 40 years old. According to the U.S. General Accounting Office, 14 million children, more than a quarter of American students, attend school in buildings considered below standard or dangerous and almost two-thirds of schools have building features such as air conditioning that need extensive repair or replacements.
Clearly students deserve better. Studies find again and again that classroom comfort, lighting, air quality and acoustics are all closely linked to the performance of students and educators. But with ever diminishing budgets and decreased funding, where can schools find the money needed to make the necessary repairs? READ MORE