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    Some desks in classrooms are empty because student enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools has dropped by more than 1 million.

    Come back

    June 9, 2023
    With the threat of Covid-19 subsided, schools and universities are hoping for student enrollment to bounce back.
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    When a school or university identifies a mold problem, it is important to promptly locate and abate moisture sources.

    Breaking the Mold

    June 8, 2023
    Best practices to limit mold exposure and loss in education institutions.
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    About 6,000 cases of Legionnaires' disease are reported each year in the United States.

    Raising the Grade in Health

    June 8, 2023
    Legionella Mitigation Options for Educational Facilities
    Paul Erickson

    Sometimes You Just Need to "Get on with It!"

    June 8, 2023
    Are you developing an educational curriculum for a program that requires “future-ready” learning space? The time has come to design and construct space for the program, but more...
    Stephen Ashkin

    Authentic green products from “bad” companies

    June 8, 2023
    Schools and universities understand the importance of cleaning and rely heavily on their vendors to accomplish the tasks necessary to protect student and staff health, as well...

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    Scheduling deep cleaning in the summer will help workers avoid the traffic and obstacles that could make cleaning inefficient or ineffective.

    In the Summertime

    June 6, 2023
    With fewer students and less activities in their facilities, summer is when schools and universities can complete more extensive cleaning and maintenance of carpeting and flooring...