Presents the results of a survey of 665 senior executives concerning green building issues in both K-12 and higher educational facilities. Extremely large percentages of respondents from both fields valued green buildings highly for sustaining community image, attracting and retaining teachers, reduced student absenteeism, and student performance. Higher education executives also valued them for attracting students and research funding. Statistics representing the long-term cost benefits, obstacles to the construction of green facilities, and the adoption of green policies by educational institutions are displayed in numerous charts and graphs.
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