Actions to Improve Indoor Air Quality
The Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tools for Schools Action Kit helps your school develop a comprehensive IAQ management plan. With its checklists for teachers, administrators, facilities staff, health professionals, and other, the Action Kit provides step-by-step, practical guidance for sharing IAQ duties.
Windows and Offices: A Study of Office Worker Performance and the Indoor Environment
In 1999, the Heschong Mahone Group published a breakthrough study that examined the impact of daylighting conditions on students in California, Washington, and Colorado. The results of the study have changed the way we think about daylighting in schools. Learn more about the report or register to download the complete study.
Using Public Schools as Community-Development Tools: Strategies for Community-Based Developers
This paper explores the use of public schools as tools for community and economic development and examines ways in which community-based developers can learn from, as well as contribute to, current community-based efforts, particularly in disinvested urban areas, to reinforce the link between public schools and neighborhoods.
What does it mean to be "green?"
This page, located on the Web site for the United States Green Building Council, provides information on relevant reports and links to other green building sites.