Glendale (Calif.) district tells teachers they can't have microwaves or coffee makers in their classrooms

March 4, 2009
Rule is expected to save the district $60,000 a year in energy costs

As part of a new energy policy in the Glendale (Calif.) Unified School District, teachers must remove most personal appliances, such as microwaves and coffee makers, from their classrooms. The rule was approved last summer as part of a broader energy policy. District officials say cutting those appliances will save $60,000 per year.

Read The Los Angeles Times article.

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