By: Arnold Wyrick
Hundreds of school leaders from across Illinois gathered on the campus at Southern Illinois University to learn more about stopping the spread of germs, while continuing the educational process. "All of us have to work together in the best tradition of democracy to provide and maintain a healthful environment, not just for our time, but for the future," says Illinois' Lt. Governor Pat Quinn.
By using 'green clean' products schools can also increase the life span of their buildings. "It has great things for the schools in terms of cleanliness and healthy students. We're always looking for those kinds of things in our schools. So it turned out to be a doubly good thing for the Harrisburg schools when I was superintendent there," says Ed Bradley.