News in Brief: A National Roundup
The Columbus, Ohio, public schools have asked educators to turn off appliances in classrooms and schools. In a memo last month, Chief Operating Officer Karin W. Rilley said the 62,000-student district needed to save money by reducing the amount of electricity used. Rhonda Johnson, the president of the Columbus Education Association, called the move "a stupid edict."
Vol. 24, Issue 08, Page 4Published in Print: October 20, 2004, as Pulling Plug