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Conservation for Education

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Liana Murray

on 9 March 2013

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13,629 school districts 98,817 public schools 4.9 Million Students! Old Textbooks Not Enough Books for Every Student No Health Center Underfunded Library Outdated Computer Programs Unhealthy Food Options Clubs, Student Government, Classrooms Without Enough Money! An Unsettling Acheivement Gap Not Enough After School Programs Needed Workshops
to Raise Awareness Teachers are Overworked & Underpaid Resources for Low Income Families 62% of 12th graders & 68% of 8th graders in the US are below grade level. Per-student spending has decreased in 37 states up to 22% North Carolina alone has decreased spending per-student by 13.7% 15 year olds placed 21st in Science out of 30 countries. Math & Reading scores of 17 year olds in the US have remained stagnant. of public school
drop out. 85% of school spending goes to human resources. Only 59 cents of every education dollar reaches the classroom. 1/3 40% of US energy consumption is electric power. 15 - 20% of energy used in commerical stores is lighting. Projected 2.5 to 5.4 degree temperature rise by 2050 Well, what's the solution? Everything starts small... so let's start in our community! Environmental efficiency in business. Collaborate with schools! Funds donated to ACS Foundation Development & growth. Success! Business Students Community US & The World Impacts Tax deductible
Increased business
86% of customers agree! successful students
lower drop out rates
diversity in success
growth since 1970s
college bound & career bound local economy
less poverty & violence
skills to give back
more jobs
healthy environment
future leaders national economy
college attendees
intellectual politics
reduce consumption
responsibility & view
future international leaders The opportunities are limitless... Grocery stores in the U.S. use about 50 kWh of electricity and 52 cubic feet of
natural gas per square foot annually. In a typical grocery, refrigeration and lighting is about 47% of total use. 806,000 kWh/yr and $8,060 per year for added cooler insulation, glass doors, reducing lights by half, and changing only 500 light fixtures.
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