Some educators are under the impression that it’s worthwhile to buy cheaper school furniture to save money. Some people think this is a good idea because kids can be tough on school furniture and cause it to wear out quickly, meaning that it has to be replaced within a few years anyway. However, it is worth it to invest in better school furniture whenever possible. These are a few ways that the right school furniture can really make a difference.
If you heard “you are what you eat,” as you were growing up, it may have seemed like just another thing parents say. But in the past decade, it has become the basis for political movements, health initiatives, and significant changes in our education system.
Consider public schools removing soda and juice drinks laden with high-fructose corn syrup from their vending machines, school lunches increasingly featuring not just more vegetables but more local foods, and the students getting involved in how that food gets to their cafeteria.
Office Video Conferencing has become increasing popular over the past few years. Increasing travel costs, improvements in video conferencing technology, and the realization that time IS money are key drivers. In fact, reducing operational expenses was the key reason cited by respondents in a global survey. A less obvious reason for the growth: collaboration is no longer just a politically-correct watchword – it’s the way the world works.
Multimedia tables and video conference-friendly office furniture is no longer just “nice to have;” it’s a necessity in 2016.
Higher education institutions often pave the way for the rest of educational trends, and one of the latest investments colleges and universities are making is providing active seating options for students.