Portable classrooms offer flexible solution to classroom crowding

09/17/2003 | Christian Science Monitor, The

While temporary trailers are relatively cheap to procure and easy to install, Dr. Ken Tanner, a professor at the University of Georgia, says permanent facilities are more cost-effective over the long haul and provide a better learning environment. In Austin, Texas, where portable have been around since the 1950s, about 30% of students visit mobile classrooms every day.

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