June 1, 2012 | Written by: Aaron Betit

In Education Facilities, Acoustical Considerations Can Impact Learning

As the focus on quality of education and the condition of schools increases, the acoustics of classrooms has taken a front seat in the evaluation of existing and future facilities. Excessive background noise within classrooms can distract students and make it difficult to hear instructors. Replacing existing systems and designing future buildings with acoustics in mind can help improve student comprehension as well as overall operation costs.

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