If classrooms are too hot, students don’t learn so well. A recent study shows that even for healthy kids, A/C is required if it’s hot.
Heat is dangerous, and doctors in Hawaii have identified 27 different mechanisms it can kill you during more frequent summer heat waves.
It’s too hot in at least 1 Baltimore City h.s. for kids to stay focused and learn. The Baltimore Sun has the story in today’s edition.
Baltimore Co. and Balto. city got some school construction money last month at the annual beg-a-thon, thanks to plans to install air conditioning.
Air conditioning is needed to keep us cool, but could a new fabric, developed at Stanford, cool us as efficiently?
Baltimore County closed 37 schools due to heat on 2 of the first 4 days; Champaign Central HS in IL also sent kids home early due to heat.
A/C in the summer heat, or the lack thereof, in schools is a problem, and the school board says it will close schools if the temps get too hot.
The Md. governor wants to hear from Baltimore County officials why so many so many students are still sweating to death in Baltimore Co. schools.
The suffocating heat in classrooms in 1 Baltimore County school (and others) makes even the simplest tasks difficult.
Five schools in Baltimore County with no air conditioning just got a few dollars from the state to install air conditioning. Good move, Baltimore County!