The Classroom Temperature by Brian Eisner

As you guys may have noticed, the English and history rooms always have a problem: the temperature fluctuates so dramatically that I wouldn’t be surprised if they induced hypothermia at times, or were responsible for third degree times at others. Whenever you have a morning class, it’s always very hot, and when you have an afternoon class, it’s absolutely freezing. But just why are these rooms so dramatic in this regard? Are the air ducts just terrible at getting the right-temperature air over here, or is there some sort of…conspiracy? I guess we’ll never know.

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