Empower your school district. Learn how to institute an IAQ Plan. (Part 3 of a 4-part series.)
The pandemic has opened a door towards a (potentially) better tomorrow. The only question is which school districts will walk through it. (Part 2 of a 4-part series).
Poor indoor air quality hurts students, teachers, and staff and there’s plenty of peer-reviewed data to prove it. (Part 1 of a 4-part series on air quality in schools).
When the school year began, teachers and administrators in Sarasota County, FL, were excited to return to in-person learning but wanted to take every possible precaution to ensure that the health and safety of those occupying their buildings were safe and protected.
School administrators, such as Joe Zmikly, principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Lake Orion, MI, reported feeling better, safer and more prepared returning to classrooms with the Air Scrubber with ActivePure Technology units installed in its school buildings
Many parents, teachers and education officials are wondering how they can ensure face-to-face instruction can happen in a safe and protected environment amid a global pandemic.