Our school does not have a central cooling system, and it entirely makes life a lot more difficult.
There is no way that I am going to be comfortable in this environment unless the school decides to purchase an actual central cooling system, and I volunteered to teach at a school in a foreign country.
This school is located in a really exhausting country with a really hot temperature. Since the school is really poor, they had to figure out how they were going to spend their money in a wise manner. Thankfully, they decided that curriculum would be the most important aspect of empowering their children for the future, unluckily, this meant that the school was never going to be able to afford a central cooling system. They reasoned that the school did not need a central cooling system since most of the students did not have a central cooling system, living without a central cooling system was a way of life for them, so nobody thought to miss the central cooling system. However, I live in the United States, and I have always had a central cooling system in my house. I am used to having a comfortable environment, so living without a central cooling system in a hot temperature was a big problem for me. It has entirely been an adjustment for me, and I have finally learned not to be upset. Still, I will be happy to transfer back home where I have a central cooling system. Have you ever lived or worked in a location that does not have a central cooling system?