Study: Hot classrooms lead to less learning
from Education DIVE
Not surprisingly, when schools are air-conditioned, high temperatures have hardly any negative effect on learning. In calculating where schools are more likely to have air-conditioning nationally, the authors found that regions of the U.S. that are generally cooler are less likely to be air-conditioned, and that "heat is particularly damaging to the achievement of students in these regions." These areas included New England, Michigan and the upper Midwest.
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