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Editor's Focus: Educational Event

Editor's Focus: Educational Event

For the third consecutive year, American School & University is presenting on Thursday, June 23, its virtual conference & expo—a day-long event that brings together industry experts and thought leaders in education facilities, business and operations to discuss issues, trends, developments and solutions impacting administrators, directors, managers, architects and planners at the nation’s schools and universities. All from the comfort of your own office or conference room, and at no cost to you or your institution.

Expanding on the award-winning Green Schools event held the past two years, the AS&U Virtual Conference & Expo will provide comprehensive coverage of topics critical to education facilities and business professionals. Among the educational-session topics that will be presented during the day-long event:

•Green Schools/Sustainable Construction and Design.

•School Security and Safety.

•Maintenance & Operations/Green Cleaning.

•Creating Exceptional Learning Environments.

•High-Performance Facilities/Energy Management.

In addition to the educational sessions, the virtual event offers attendees the opportunity to communicate and network with fellow professionals, and see innovative product and service solutions for your school or university facility and business needs.

The event also includes the support and participation of the leading organizations in the education and green communities. The past two events attracted an average of more than 1,300 fellow professionals from 47 states and 13 foreign countries.

Now more than ever, education institutions are faced with extremely tight budgets, reduced funding and the pressure to deliver high-quality education with fewer resources. The virtual event offers a unique opportunity for you and your staff to get valuable training and education at no cost.

Agron is editor-in-chief for AS&U.

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