The COVID-19 pandemic made creating healthy school environments an urgent national priority and shone a light on the serious under-investment in school facilities nationwide.
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The benefits of a comprehensive color-coded microfiber program have been well documented over the years.
Getting to where we are today didn’t happen overnight.
The University of California, Riverside (UC Riverside) employs roughly 150 custodians as part of the Custodial and Housekeeping team.
The Healthy Schools Campaign (HSC) and Green Seal® have opened a second round of public review for their Healthy Green Schools & Colleges Standard.
When Lizzie Rothwell, an architect in Philadelphia, sent her son to third grade this fall, she stocked his blue L.L. Bean backpack with pencils, wide-ruled paper — and a portable carbon dioxide monitor.
It’s easy to look back on experiences and think, “Oh, if only I knew then what I know now.”
The University of Georgia (UGA) Facilities Management Division (FMD), in Athens, has not sponsored a menstrual product program in the resident instruction facilities since the mid-to-late 1990s.
While the COVID-19 pandemic placed an emphasis on creating healthier school environments, school districts and higher education institutions across the country were tasked with how to pay for the necessary upgrades to bring students and faculty back into classrooms.