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Learn how DeKalb County Schools partnered with Schneider Electric to improve school security, reinvesting $13 million into modern security tech to make the district a safer place to learn.
Learn how innovative funding enabled a school district to improve their facilities, career readiness skills, and STEAM learning, plus fund a robotics team that’s become a source of community pride.
Through creative funding sources the district was able to not only address existing needs, but modernize the safety and security of its facilities, improve classroom comfort, and more.
In Schneider Electric, the City of St. Joseph found a partner who could modernize their aging critical infrastructure while respecting and preserving the town’s historic architecture.
How school leaders can motivate students, teachers, and staff to take an active role in their school’s sustainability initiatives.
Take time to do your part this Earth Day with fun, creative activities.
A new federal funding source puts clean energy within reach for more school districts.
How physical security can help schools address their unique needs and complement long-term efforts to provide a best-in-class learning environment.
How a Tennessee school district saves money, conserves energy, and improves its students’ learning experience.
Fayetteville City Schools implements a comprehensive infrastructure improvement project that will eliminate a deferred maintenance backlog and enhance learning environments.
A district’s innovative agricultural program contributes to the growth of both its students and community at large.
Through its partnership with Schneider Electric, the University of North Alabama drastically reduces energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
The VDC implements a comprehensive infrastructure project to significantly expand their energy efficiency program through an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) with Schneider Electric.
K-12 district announces plans to leverage ESSER funds for major infrastructure improvements, reducing energy and operational costs.
School bus fleet electrification is the first step for districts on their sustainability journey. Learn more about the benefits of an electric fleet now.
WMUA implements a significant infrastructure project to improve sustainability and resilience of water and wastewater facilities.
Expert judges consider WMUA a top example of the exemplary work being done today in the fields of energy and environmental management.
North Carolina school district addresses funding gap with self-funding modernization project.
School Superintendents of Alabama (SSA) and Schneider Electric are proud to honor Talladega County School System Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey, as the 2021 Alabama Superintendent of the Year.
Through her work with Schneider Electric, the former mayor of Hoboken, NJ helps communities to be as sustainable and resilient as possible.