All of us are in the 21st century & recognize it or not, however there are more than 2 cities with public universitys that have no air conditioner available in their classrooms.
It is crucial that children & teens have comfortable environments to prevent any interference in their ability to learn.
The good news is, except for a few weeks of Summer university, universitys are regularly on recess during the warmer Summer weeks. However, during the month of May & June when the hot & cold temperatures could rise into the 90s, it could become uncomfortable in the classroom for the students plus the faculty members. I guess the cost for equipping these buildings with central air would be quite big, hence the reason the university board is perhaps hesitant to fund air conditioner needs. All of us had no air conditioner when I attended high university back in the early 2000’s. However, the temperature back then did not rise to the levels that all of us see today, & on mornings that all of us considered hot, all of us simply opened the windows to the classrooms to let the air circulate through. In addition, my gym mentor held classes in the park located across the street. The trees offered shade & having class outdoors was better than being in the fourth floor gym that got extremely moderate from all those youngsters running around, however recently, the university board in the town where I lived, approved the funds to install Heating, Ventilation & A/C units in all their public universitys. Their mission is to have this project completed by the end of 2022. I hope the students from my seasoned high university will benefit from their current central air units because I can only imagine how difficult it must have been lately to focus on universitywork while kneeling in a classroom that felt more care about a boiler room.