Classroom overcrowding is no joke. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in the 2011-12 school year, average class sizes in elementary schools were 22 students to 1 teacher. (Even higher at 27 to 1 in secondary schools.) Now, that may not seem like a lot, but try keeping 22 kids that are all less than 10 years old under control and you’ll have a new appreciation for your teachers all those years ago.Many people have a lot of opinions on how to reduce the student to teacher ratio. Just ask anyone on the street and I’m sure you’ll get a slew of opinions. But after school districts make the decision to expand their campus, where do they go to get that space? They could always build new or add on to their existing school, but that can be costly and with construction delays, could end up disrupting class when school starts up again.That’s why Portable Classrooms are a great alternative for many schools across the nation. Portable Classrooms are modular buildings that are:specially coded and built with schools in mindcompliant with your school district’s standards and requirementsbuilt in a factory setting to control conditionsuse the same building materials as conventionally built facilitiesflexible in both size & configurationsAll of this results in a time savings for you. Because portable classrooms are built in a factory and then assembled together on site, your time to occupancy is cut nearly in half. Site work and ground prep happen concurrently to the building being built so that when your site is ready, your buildings are too.Modular Construction Schedule www.modular.orgModular Buildings also have better construction quality control. Remember that factory setting? When construction materials are delivered to the factory, they are stored inside the facility to prevent wear and tear from inclement weather or water damage. This is different from conventional construction where you’re lucky if materials are stored in storage containers. Modular building manufacturers also have strict quality control programs that include independent inspections just like with conventional construction.Watch this quick 1-minute video for more information: http://satelliteco.com/use-portable-classrooms-to-solve-space-needs-video/What other benefits do you see for schools to utilize Portable Classrooms? Sound off in the comments.Satellite Shelters, Inc. Since 1972, Satellite Shelters, Inc. has been a national provider of Modular Space Solutions. This includes Mobile Offices, Modular Buildings, Portable Classrooms, Ground-Level Offices, Storage Containers, and Blast Resistant Modules. Contact a representative for more information: https://www.satelliteco.com/ February 15, 2016 in Modular BuildingsShare Tags Modular Classrooms modular constructionYou Also Might Like Should I Consider Using Modular Classrooms to Assist My Growing School District in Cincinnati? 3 Signs You Need Modular Space Should You Choose Modular or Traditional Construction?