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Healthier Air Means Healthier Students

kids_in_classArticle by Cristina Cordova and Tracy Washington Enger.
Children spend the majority of their time in schools, which, on average, are more crowded than many other indoor spaces. In fact, schools often have four times the population density of a typical office, which can have a major impact on the indoor environment.
Good indoor air quality (IAQ) is an important component of a healthy indoor environment in schools and can contribute to improving students’ health. However, schools face numerous challenges to maintaining good IAQ. Read more
 


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