Choices made by school districts about how they manage their landscapes profoundly impact their city and generations of local residents whose perspectives are shaped through daily, outdoor experiences at school. In this piece, one of the nation’s leading green schoolyard designers highlights the benefits of outdoor learning environments. This topic will be covered at the upcoming Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit. Click here.
When school facility managers choose tire-derived products (TDPs) for their buildings and surrounding landscape areas, they not only help keep used tires out of landfills, they also address design and maintenance challenges. A special presentation at the upcoming Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit will offer insight into applications of this unique material. Click here.
Prefabricated classrooms and school buildings have emerged as a practical alternative school construction delivery method. The Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) has announced the the updating of the CHPS PreFAB Criteria and Best Practices Manual. The manual will be discussed in a session at the upcoming Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit. Click here.