Op-Ed: California makes it too hard for schools to shield kids from extreme heat
A child who lives in a one-room school-house with no air conditioning can suffer from dangerous heat exhaustion from not having access to cool air. Schools that do not have air conditioning are forced to use older technology to help keep the heat in. This is so that schools can avoid running the risk of having to turn down the heat or have to close some parts of the campus during extreme weather.
This technology is not always available and it involves the use of older models of air conditioning and air handling units. This means that some buildings are too old for this technology to be used and some buildings do not have the resources to install new technology.
California is the only state that requires all schools in a community to have air conditioning. California also has a law that limits the use of older technology in all schools. This means that some schools are not safe because they do not have air conditioning. Because of this extreme weather, California does not offer any funding to assist in the renovation of schools.
This means that many schools do not have air conditioning and that they are forced to use older technology. In many cases that has led to an increase in mold and respiratory issues, as well as health problems such as asthma and allergy issues for students. Because the school is forced (by a government law) to use a certain technology to maintain the heat, the school also uses up its resources and therefore doesn’t have as many resources to keep the students safe.
The only way to provide air conditioning is if you have the resources to do it. One important way to provide air conditioning is to upgrade the school to a Class 5 school. This is to bring the school up to a Class 5 building and to get air conditioning. The school does not have to choose between upgrading to a Class 5 school and providing a safe environment for the students and staff.
A Class 5 school upgrade to air conditioning will also result in a reduction of the amount of energy used to cool the building. A Class 5 school is a Class 6 building. Class 5 buildings have higher-end technology than Class 6 buildings. A Class 5 building has natural ventilation in all rooms, meaning that the ventilation comes through the open windows. The Class 5 building also has air conditioning.
There are a number of reasons why upgrading a school to Class 5