Building management in the context of education technology has evolved to include IoT-enabled complete campus management, which leverages the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to optimize the functioning and safety of school facilities. This involves the integration of a wide range of connected devices, sensors, and systems to create a smart, interconnected building environment. IoT-enabled building management enables real-time monitoring and control of key building systems, including HVAC, lighting, and security, to improve efficiency, safety, and comfort. Another aspect of building management in education technology is the use of digital twin models for ecosystem monitoring. A digital twin is a virtual replica of a physical building, system, or ecosystem, which allows for real-time monitoring and analysis of various environmental parameters. By using digital twin models, schools can gain a deeper understanding of the impact of their operations on the local environment and make data-driven decisions to improve sustainability. Digital twin models can be used to monitor everything from energy use and waste management to water usage and air quality, providing schools with a powerful tool for promoting environmental sustainability. Together, these cutting-edge technologies are helping schools to create safer, more efficient, and more sustainable learning environments, and are transforming the way that building management is approached in the educational sector.