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  • 0624 American School & University May-June 2024

    Photo by Will Kirk

    Higher Ed goes to Washington

    June 5, 2024
    Some prominent universities have expanded opportunities for their students by establishing campuses in the nation’s capital.
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    A Fresh Perspective

    June 5, 2024
    What kinds of seating and work surfaces should schools have in outdoor learning spaces?
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    construction zone | deferred maintenance

    June 5, 2024
    $1.5 billion earmarked for school facility upgrades in IdahoThe state of Idaho has agreed to spend an additional $1.5 billion over the next decade to help schools  pay for...
    Wade Griffith

    Lasting performance

    June 5, 2024
    Schools are creating performing arts facilities that aim to enhance students’ career prospects.
    Bradley

    Product Solutions May-June 2024

    June 5, 2024
    ProTeam's GoFit® 3 / 6 Cordless Series Emerson has introduced ProTeam’s GoFit 3 / 6 Cordless Series backpack vacuum cleaners. The 3- and 6-quart cordless vacuums combine...

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    Profiles May-June 2024

    June 5, 2024
    Surprise retirement leads to new superintendent in Broward County (Florida) district Broward County (Florida) School Superintendent Peter Licata has been replaced immediately ...
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    school corridor carpet

    inside | flooring and carpeting

    June 5, 2024
    Safer and Healthier Carpeting? Resilient flooring? When choosing what to install in their facilities, schools and universities typically weigh the advantages and disadvantages...

    Cellphone hangups

    June 5, 2024
    The latest chapter in the debate over student cellphone use in schools is taking place in Ohio, where Gov. Mike DeWine has signed legislation that aims to limit the use of the...

    Stakeholder Involvement in Planning and Design

    June 5, 2024
    Involving stakeholders is essential for successful facilities planning and design—especially when managing various diverse groups, cultural expectations, and special interests...