A school’s facility conditions can have an unexpected impact on student and teacher morale, productivity and performance, as evidenced by research report.
Studies have found positive correlations between building conditions and student performance. Unfortunately, the inverse is also true. Given the fact that many facilities in the United States are in dire need of upgrades and improvements, how do you ensure they’re not working to the detriment of student achievement?
Click here to read the article by Tom Gentzel, executive director and CEO, National School Boards Association, and learn how many school districts are utilizing Energy Saving Performance Contracts (ESPC) to overcome budgeting challenges to make critical building updates.