Underfunded buildings exacerbate educational inequities. But there is a way educators can fix this, without delay.
As the George Floyd protests spread worldwide, educators are examining how to strive for equity in all opportunities and outcomes to level the playing field for students being left behind.
Inequity exists in education in many forms, most notably in the provision of billions less in school funding to predominantly nonwhite school districts, despite having the same amount of students as predominantly white school districts.
A representative from Eversource recently announced that LED lighting incentive money is expected to dry up within the next year. How can you take advantage of this program now? Expert Guidance on How to Capitalize on Eversource’s Rebate Program Energy Performance Contract (EPC) projects are a perfect fit for Eversource’s Tiered Comprehensive Incentive Structure. Basically,… Read more »
By Jane Leonhardt, Summit Daily PRESENTATION RECAP NYSCOSS Fall Leadership Summit – Summit Daily Blast The educational session, “How Newburgh Effected Transformational Change with One Simple Initiative,” was sponsored by Premier Diamond Partner Energia and presented by Kendra McQuilton, CEO of Energia and Dr. Robert Padilla, former Superintendent of Newburgh Enlarged City School District. This… Read more »
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