#TooHotToLearn!
In June, the City Council required the NYC Department of Education (DOE) & School Construction (SCA) authority to produce a report outlining which schools need air conditioning. You can download the report from DOE and SCA at the bottom of this page: http://bradlander.nyc/toohottolearn

Unfortunately, the new report (attachment can be found at the above link) fails to provide critical information. So we are asking for help from parents, students, and educators to fill in the missing information.

Here's how you can help:

1) Fill out this quick survey to tell us about the need for air conditioning in your school. (How many classrooms lack A/C? Is there A/C in the auditorium?)
2) Tell your friends with kids at other schools to help us too. Send them to http://bit.ly/TooHotToLearn and share your experiences using #toohottolearn

Your name
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Your email address
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Which of the following best describes you?
Who is your NYC Council Member?
Please select your school's borough:
Please indicate your school district's number:
Please enter the school's name and number:
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Please provide the school's address:
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If you know the school's building code, please include below (e.g. Q049)
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Please share some information about the areas of the school without air conditioning (e.g. classrooms, gyms, auditoriums, etc.):
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Please let us know the number of classrooms WITH air conditioning (if known):
Please let us know the number of classrooms WITHOUT air conditioning (if known):
Which public areas of the school lack air conditioning?
Do you have a story to share about being too hot too learn (teach or work) at your school? Please share below:
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Does your school have sufficient electrical service to power necessary air conditioners, technology and equipment?
What is the impact of insufficient electrical service (beyond lack of air conditioning)? Please share below:
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