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Corey Rosenlee

The public school teacher links air conditioning to a high-quality education

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 14, 2014

~~<p>The ironic element in Corey Rosenlee's work life: The most outspoken advocate for air-conditioned classrooms in public schools, after years of teaching in a sweltering environment, now has one. Saber Hall at Campbell High School, where he teaches social studies, opened in the last two years.</p>
<p>&quot;This is the first time here I've had an air-conditioned classroom,&quot; said Rosenlee, whose dozen years in the state Department of Education includes eight at Campbell. &quot;This is not a common experience. I know it.&quot;</p>
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The ironic element in Corey Rosenlee's work life: The most outspoken advocate for air-conditioned classrooms in public schools, after years of teaching in a sweltering environment, now has one. Saber Hall at Campbell High School, where he teaches social studies, opened in the last two years.

"This is the first time here I've had an air-conditioned classroom," said Rosenlee, whose dozen years in the state Department of Education includes eight at Campbell. "This is not a common experience. I know it." Login for more...



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