Hot Days of September

I know that I am super-lucky to have a classroom with two working air conditioners. But 90%+ of teachers and students in my school are not so lucky, and have to teach and learn in very inhospitable conditions. One teacher at my school recorded a temperature of 114° in her classroom this past Monday, and my school had the honor (or misfortune) of being written up in the Baltimore Sun on Tuesday:

Sun article: “Baltimore classrooms top 100 degrees: ‘It was impossible to learn.'”

114 degrees

Caption from Baltimore Sun: “A thermometer reads 114 degrees in a classroom at Patterson High School on Monday in this photograph posted on Twitter by Patterson English teacher Allison Greco. (Allison Greco)”

Issues of heat and cold and dilapidated building are not new to Baltimore, nor to this blog:

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