Citations with the tag: SCHOOL facilities
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- Rising school populations heighten need for renovations.
Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer; 09/08/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30225, p27
Reports on the need to build more school facilities in the United States due to the rise in student population. Effect of crowded and decrepit buildings on the education,health and morale of students and staff; Estimated rise in high school enrollment; Improvement of unused and underused...
- Educational facilities.
Resnick, Amy B. // Buildings; Jan1996, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p34
Presents trends and issues in 1996 regarding educational facilities. Federal funding cutbacks; Amenities in higher education facilities; Delay on maintenance projects.
Resnick, Amy B. // Crain's Chicago Business; 7/01/96, Vol. 12 Issue 27, pM-16
Presents information on investments in construction or renovation projects in the education/training sectors of Detroit, Michigan as of January 1, 1995. Developers; Project description; Location; Status; Cost and financing.
- Energy-recovery ventilation alleviates IAQ problems.
Resnick, Amy B. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News; 3/20/95, Vol. 194 Issue 12, p3
Reports on problems faced by the school students and staff of Bibb County schools in Georgia, before it was air conditioned. Details of the renovation program for adding air conditioning in the building.
- Crowded, dilapidated schools lack welcome mat for students.
White, Kerry A. // Education Week; 10/02/96, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p1
Focuses on the lack of school facilities. Impact on students; Estimated number of new schools needed in the next 10 years from 1996; Cost and environmental concerns; Community support; Stopgap measures. INSETS: New teaching methods, technology add to space crunch.;Knocking at the doors..
- Product applications.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; May94, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p75
Features possible applications for products geared for the educational environment. Includes portable classroom supplied by Williams Scotsman for Orange County School District of Florida; High-strength plaster wall system from United States Gypsum used at Purdue University in West Lafayette,...
- New products.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; May94, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p83
Features equipments and supplies for the educational environment and school facilities. Includes Polycast Sport Trac drain system from Quzite; Adsorbstar Molecular Adsorber from Davstar Californis for managing odor; Fibre Tech pool resurfacing lining; FASS-DRI asphalt resurfacer from...
- Rebuilding a system.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; Oct94, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the commencement of the construction of school facilities in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Construction of a high school, two middle schools and an elementary school; Project cost; Funds to be provided by the Massachusetts Department of Education; Significance of the project to the state.
- Schools stall on information highway.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; May95, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p14
Details the US General Accounting Office report entitled `America's Schools Not Designed or Equipped for the 21st Century' concerning the nation's education infrastructure. Inadequacies of technologies and facilities required to support learning into the 21st century; Creation of the National...
- Product applications.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; Jun96, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p38
Highlights product applications in school facilities. Use of metal roof from H.H. Robertson by Pickerington High School in Ohio; Installation of Diva Acoustical Shell from Wenger at the auditorium of Ketchikan High School in Alaska; Use of TherMax Energy Recycling Ventilation units at Saks...
- A center of activity.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; Jul96, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p12
Describes a multipurpose facility at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Center for fitness, culture and socialization; Sports amenities; Designers of the project.
White, Kerry A. // American School & University; Oct96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p3
Presents an update on trends, issues and legislation affecting education facilities and business as of November 1996. Formation of a first-ever congressional education caucus; U.S. Department of Education's enrollment statistics and projection; Environmental Protection Agency's deadline relating...
- A whirlwind of activity.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Oct96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p6
Discusses issues and concerns related to the nation's education infrastructure. General Accounting Office's report on the poor condition of America's school facilities; President Clinton's multibillion-dollar proposal to increase school-construction spending by 25 percent over four years;...
- Community funds help school.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Oct96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p12
Reports that the Carmel Clay Schools in Indianapolis is engaged in a community-based campaign to raise $2 million to expand and enhance Carmel High School's recreation facilities. Improvement of facilities for use of both students and the community; Details of the fund-raising campaign.
- Beyond the ABCs.
Carlson, Marcia; Ameruoso, Frank A. // American School & University; Jan1997, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on how the education facilities/business market in the United States is changing. Barrier-removal projects; Increase in demand for new facilities; Need for an outside expert; Outsourcing of non-instructional services.
- Market watch.
Carlson, Marcia; Ameruoso, Frank A. // American School & University; Feb97, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p3
Presents an update on trends, issues, legislation affecting education facilities and business in the United States as of February 1, 1997. Construction of state schools; Report on schoolbus-related accidents; Developments in school and university structures.
- College case histories.
Carlson, Marcia; Ameruoso, Frank A. // American School & University; Feb97, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p32n
Focuses on the developments related to school facilities in the United States. Use of vacuum in preserving books at the Syracuse University, New York; Energy management at the Wesleyan University in Connecticut; Fuel storage tank at the Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Workstations of tomorrow.
Day, C. William // American School & University; Feb97, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p46
Focuses on the issues concerning the application of technology on educational facilities in the United States. Utilization of desktop-presentation packages; Components of the different wiring infrastructure on school buildings; Importance of the computerized system for classroom lecture.
- New products.
Day, C. William // American School & University; Feb97, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p48
Presents several products related to school facilities in the United States as of February 1, 1997. Includes metal ceiling systems; ID card imager; Compact sweepers; Lighting system; Cement products; Lighting fixture.
- Product applications.
Day, C. William // American School & University; Feb97, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p54
Focuses on the developments on product applications relating to school facilities in the United States as of February 1, 1997. Opening of the second joint-use library of the Scottsdale Public Library System; Implementation of roofing at the Wesley Heights Elementary School, Columbus, Georgia;...
- Performing-arts center completes expansion.
Day, C. William // American School & University; May98, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p32
Features the performing arts and multipurpose center of Forsyth School in Saint Louis, Missouri. Entrance construction; Replacement of the existing two-level multipurpose and classroom wing with steel and masonry structure; Construction of a band of one-story support spaces.
- Building schools better.
Hurtt, Rob // Orange County Business Journal; 12/15/97, Vol. 20 Issue 50, p38
Opinion. Views on the issues that lawmakers will have to address pretaining to shortage of school facilities in California. Source of additional funding; How to maintain cap on builders' fees.
- Positive findings on skills center, cites studied.
Hurtt, Rob // Wenatchee Business Journal; Mar96, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p28
Reports on a feasibility study by the Watson Group on the construction of an applied technology skills center in Wenatchee, Washington. Approval rating from business and the general public; Clientele to be served by the skills center; Recommendation for a satellite site for the Chelan area.
- Sugaogakuen Training Centre.
Hurtt, Rob // Architecture Australia; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p13
Reports on the completion of the education centre that is to accommodate Japanese high school students who are on an exchange with Barker College situated at Hornsby, north of Sydney. Who designed center; Inclusions of building; Comments from Richard Travis.
- The infrastructure continues to crumble.
Hurtt, Rob // Curriculum Review; May96, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p3
Cites the General Accounting Office's report on the lack of comprehensive school construction programs in the United States. Need for more funds into Americans With Disabilities Act compliance programs.
Hurtt, Rob // TCI: Theatre Crafts International; Apr94, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p64
Lists the educational facility projects of architectural groups. Projects; Sites; Clients; Principal and landscape architects; Theater consultants; Principal acousticians; Planned completion dates; Total projected costs; Programs.
- New life for old schools.
Graves, Ben E. // American School & University; Sep94, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p22
Reports on the feasibility of modernizing educational facilities in the United States. Launch of program called `New Life for Old Schools' by Educational Facilities Laboratories; Areas of concern targeted by study; Reaction to school modernization plans; Key elements to ensure successful...
- Keeping up appearances.
Ewald, Mike // American School & University; Dec95, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p24k
Reports on the role of physical plants in recruiting and retaining students. Selection of an institution based on its facilities; Impressions of students on the campus they are select; Criteria in choosing schools with the best facilities; Marketing of the school featured facilities to...
- Product applications.
Ewald, Mike // American School & University; Dec95, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p36
Reports on product applications related to school facilities. Includes the reroofing at the Fremont High School in Ohio; Linking of the Allen Independent School to an information network; Recycling program of post-consumer white ledger papers.
- Lockers are on the wane as icon of U.S. schools.
Miller, Laura // Education Week; 5/4/94, Vol. 13 Issue 32, p1
Reports on the growing trend among schools in the United States to remove lockers from their premises. Disadvantages of having lockers; Maintenance problems; Vandalism; Theft; Behavioral problems; Space problems; Potential use of lockers as hiding places for guns and drugs; Alternatives to...
- Malakoff ISD trustees discuss facility funding plan.
Hannigan, Michael V. // Malakoff News (TX); 1/11/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 2, p1A
The article reports on the move of Malakoff Independent School District (ISD) trustees to discuss its school facilities funding plan in Texas.
- STEM Center Construction (with Related Video).
Hannigan, Michael V. // American School & University Exclusive Insight; 9/ 1/2012, p12
The article reports on the construction of a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) center by King's Schools in Shoreline, Washington.
- Moving forward.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Sep95, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p24
Reports on developments in the condition of school facilities in the United States as of September 1995. Rescinding of the Funding for the Education Infrastructure Act; Release of the US General Accounting Office's third school facilities report in September 1995; Start of the study on the...
- Determining current operational capacity.
Graves, Ben E. // American School & University; Sep95, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p50
Focuses on the determination of the operational capacities of educational facilities in the United States. Standard unit for capacity measurement; Calculation of the current operational capacity of an individual school based on the permanent number of pupils.
- Tracking the trends.
Graves, Ben E. // American School & University; Jan1996, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p29
Presents the views of experts on what will impact school facilities and business operations in 1996 and beyond. Includes Joe Travaglino, director of buildings and grounds at East Haven Public Schools; Robert J. Albers, superintendent at Silver Lake U.S.D. 372; David Montroni, board secretary...
- Constructive education.
Graves, Ben E. // Techniques: Making Education & Career Connections; May98, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p7
Identifies libraries, computer laboratories and gymnasiums as the most popular features of the new schools which opened during the 1997-1998 school year in the United States.
- Harza design project.
Graves, Ben E. // Business Journal Serving Southern Tier, CNY, Mohawk Valley, Fing; 11/13/95, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p2
Reports on the Cornerstone Project preschool facility in Central New York. Features; Designer Harza Northeast; Contractor George A. Nole & Son.
- Market watch.
Graves, Ben E. // American School & University; Apr98, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p3
Focuses on trends, issues and legislation affecting school facilities in the United States. Includes developments in school construction and funding; Elementary schools' acquisition of the top place in the number of schools involved in year-round education; Question over the effectiveness of a...
- Crisis saves Estonian Academy of Arts project.
C. Bf. // Art Newspaper; Jan2010, Vol. 18 Issue 209, p7
The article reports that the 16-storey building for the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn, Estonia, will be built despite the financial crisis.
- New developments may impact educational facilities.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Jul97, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p6
Focuses on meetings to address issues affecting the planning, design and operation of educational facilities in the United States. Discussion of universal access by accessibility advocates in Washington, D.C.; Formulation of a basis for a national education-technology-infrastructure plan at...
- Through a child's eyes.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Jul94, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p16
Focuses on the importance of school facilities in the education process. Value of student participation in the renovation process of the school; Child's concern about security, class size, cleanliness and access; Children's interest on technology and recycling.
- Entrance grates make statement.
Agron, Joe // American School & University; Jul94, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p55
Reports on the applications of various products by different schools in the United States which facilitated communications and enhance safety environment. Includes construction of entrance gratings at Roscommon Middle School; Use of communication systems by Palisades High School in Los Angeles,...
- Anatomy Learning Center opens at University of California, San Francisco.
Agron, Joe // American School & University Exclusive Insight; 10/17/2012, p6
The article reports that according to "The San Francisco Chronicle," a 7.5 million U.S. dollars Anatomy Learning Center was opened by the University of California, San Francisco on its Parnassus campus that includes a laboratory, offices and classroom with wireless video capabilities.
- California School Facilities Advocates Call For Speeding Up Bonding.
Finestone, Deborah // Bond Buyer; 2/6/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31319, p5
Reports that California school facilities advocates has stressed on needs for speeding up state wide school bond measure of $12 billion during ballot for approval in November, 2002. Attitude of governor of state Gray Davis regarding general obligation bond measure in the state; Reason for...
- Breaking the Mold.
Williams, Rochelle // Bond Buyer; 4/5/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31359, p33
Reports on the optimism of public officials for voter approval of a bond measure for the renovation of school facilities in Carson City, Nevada. Authorization of debt to fund improvements to school facilities; Construction of a mold-free facility; Demolition of wood school facilities.
- California's $13 Billion Question Tops Off a Heavy Ballot Out West.
Finestone, Deborah; Williams, Rochelle // Bond Buyer; 8/30/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31461, p1
Reports the decision of voters on the 40 million dollars of bond measures in San Francisco, California. Recognition of California to be the biggest bond measure in the national history; Estimation of 13 billion dollars general obligation measures to fund educational facilities; Plans to return...
Finestone, Deborah; Williams, Rochelle // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4; 10/13/2006, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p2
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "Tag, You're Out!" published in the previous issue.
- Bell Systems Opens New Training Center.
Finestone, Deborah; Williams, Rochelle // Training & Development Journal; Sep82, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p10
Reports that the Bell System Center for Technical Education (BSCTE) has opened a second training complex in Lisle, Illinois. Total student capacity of Bell System's technical management school; Number of courses offered by BSCTE; Other BSCTE training sites.
- Computer school owners sell North Side building.
Cooley, Megan // Journal of Business (10756124); 1/30/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 3, pA6
Reports on the marketing of the Interface Computer School facility in Nevada. Closure of three training centers; Establishment of the Nevada Street Property LLC; Economic influences to the business failure.
- Technology, Students and Faculty...How to Make it happen!
Cummings, Debra; Buzzard, Connie // Techniques: Connecting Education & Careers; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p30
Focuses on the implementation of technology on school facilities in the U.S. Importance of planning for technology integration; Training of computer skills among faculty and academic staff; Advancement toward Internet courses.