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Your environment is more than simply the place you are; the atmosphere you occupy affects you on a biological level, sending signals to your body and mind that influence your health in a variety of ways.
Here's what administrators have to say about specifying products that best serve the needs of the school or district.
In this article, we explore lifecycle costs and vital factors to consider in order to make the most cost-effective choices for your facilities.
As K-12 school districts have grown in size and complexity, buying supplies has become a sophisticated profession.
A construction procurement alternative.
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This course will assert different sustainable techniques that apply to design and architecture in education spaces, as well as highlight major green building certification platforms that are creating specific paths for buildings to achieve their optimum potential.
You are invited to join us for an overview of the trends in educational facilities and construction based on available data and surveys of the readers of both SP&M and CP&M magazines.
With access to local contractors through a cooperative purchasing network, you can trade the time and expense of traditional procurement for speed, efficiency and the power of group buying.
View this infographic to better understand when JOC is a good option.
This ebook from Gordian includes detailed case studies of K-12 schools that used JOC to complete projects successfully in a limited time.
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A brief overview of the trends in facilities and construction based on available data and a survey of our readers. Information includes the trends in population and enrollment, the trends in overall education construction spending, and the results of our reader survey.
The nearly $4 billion FCC program enters its fifth year since funding for networking infrastructure became available to schools and libraries. This article examines recent action taken by the FCC that could change how these institutions can access funds beginning in 2020.
As in most years, the President’s budget request is dead on arrival when it is announced. This year is not much different than those in the past. However, with a divided government, the budget and appropriations process gets a bit more challenging and interesting. The
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