Improving ROI: Districts Save Thousands with Green Initiatives

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Join our panel of district administrators for a discussion about the cost- and time-savings districts are finding by implementing “green" initiatives. New products and practices can benefit the planet while improving your district’s bottom line. Some districts have saved thousands of dollars by adopting and implementing green technology. Topics will include: 

  • Energy savings 
  • Decreasing toxic substances and emissions 
  • Improving staff efficiencies 
  • Integrating a culture of conservation into the curriculum 
  • Impact of new policies and products on ROI and TCO 

Moderator: Kevin Hogan, Content Director, Tech & Learning 

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