StorSystem by Certwood Is the safest, most durable and agile storage solution in the industry.



Certwood LTD is a market segment leader in the creation of mobile, systematic and purposeful storage solutions solving the need to reduce the clutter as we move forward in the creation of the NEXT Generation of Educational Facilities



Established in 1921, A4LE, previously CEFPI, is a non-profit association whose sole mission is improving the places where children learn. A4LE is the advocate for excellence in student learning environments.


Tandus/Centiva creates innovative floor covering solutions through their unique line of Powerbond, freeform, modular, broadloom, woven and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) products. Tandus/Centiva demonstrates industry leading...


EPA, Creating Healthy Indoor Environments in Schools

Indoor Air Quality Division

Clink on the image to the left to learn about the latest news and events as well discovering the interactive resources and communication tools for Healthy School Environments.

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VS and VS America

VS, the manufacturer of Shift+, has manufactured education furniture for over a hundred years, and now is the largest manufacturer of school furniture in Europe. VS America, Inc. was founded in 2003...

Cultural Shift is Making a Difference by Aligning with Key Industry Partners


CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE: Cultural Shift was extremely pleased to be a integral part of the collaborative effort of Dull Olson Weekes-IBI Architects, Saxton Bradley, Inc, VS America, GLUMAC, Tandus Centiva and PPS at the most recent CEFPI Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon. Several pieces of the Shift+ line were utilized to demonstrate personalized learning spaces. Taking from DOWA-IBI's submittal, "In order for learners to flourish, classrooms need to be flexible and diverse. Adaptability of space and diverse learning environments that allow for a multitude of learning styles are critical for every student to become a global learner, contributor and learner. Flexible spaces should allow for multidisciplinary education through design thinking and creative problem solving. These spaces need to be connected to the word via ever-changing modes of technology in order to respond to individual personalities and yet undiscovered needs.

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