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Electric buses not only keep pollutants out of the air and save fuel costs, but they can also generate some revenue for a school district.
The switch to solar power in Arkansas’ Batesville School District had two big benefits: more affordable green energy and a big raise for teachers.
More than 7,300 public and private schools—serving 5.3 million students—now use solar power, and many of the K-12 sustainable energy projects are financed by a third party.
Proper filtration and ventilation are just the start; a greener future means providing safe school environments for all
In celebration of Earth Day, DA guest columnist Anisa Heming addresses how to ensure a new green school supports student learning, protects student and teacher health, and cuts down operating and utility costs. She directs the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools.
Green school buildings make sustainability and environmental science real in a way that helps students understand their roles in the natural world.
As young people protest to force the world's governments to take more aggressive action on climate change, American students are also urging teachers to offer comprehensive instruction on environmental challenges.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, school districts are harnessing new technologies, such as automation and facial recognition, to develop smart school buildings that are safer and more efficient.
Investing in net-zero energy school buildings can pay dividends to districts down the line.
An energy performance contract helps Madison County save energy and reinvest in creating award-winning schools.
At first, the class was like any other at Georgia’s Quitman County School District. Kids sat at desks while an adult lectured. Despite appearances, this was no ordinary lecture. Schneider […]