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Education Week Features New Report on Green Schools from USGBC and AIA

Published on Posted in Center for Green Schools

In the latest issue of Education Week , American education’s newspaper of record, Katie Ash reports on the benefits of green schools to budgets and students. "Local Leaders in Sustainability: Special Report from Sundance," which came out this month and highlights green schools benefits and a five-point plan of action for local leaders to green schools in their communities, is featured along with co-authors Vice President of National Policy at USGBC Jason Hartke and Director of Local Relations at the American Institute of Architects Brooks Rainwater. The Center's Director Rachel Gutter is also interviewed discussing green schools are being built for the same or less money than conventional schools adn is featured in a video taken at the LEED-certified Stoddert Elementary in Washington, D.C.
 
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