Too many schools around Australia get too hot and it impacts student learning. During summer of this year, Victorian state primary schools made headlines with children becoming ill and suffering nosebleeds because their classrooms had no air conditioning. Young students from Brunswick South West Primary School told The Age that they were measuring temperatures over 30°C in their classes, making it “so hard to concentrate”. For schools that have air conditioning, and those hoping to install it, maintenance, ongoing cost, ventilation and environmental efficiency are hot concerns. So, School News spoke with a few leaders inclding Alinta Energy Geothermal in the sector to find out what air conditioning options and insights are available for schools in 2019. To read the full School News article, click here.