Cooling classrooms in public schools is a topic under discussion at Hawai‘i’s legislature this session. It’s also a timely issue across parts of Southeast Asia this week—as temperatures are soaring. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.
Malaysia’s government shut down more than 250 schools on Monday…because it was just too hot. Temperatures climbed to nearly 100-degrees farenheit….and authorities cancelled classes for some 100,000 students.