Schools and colleges are getting serious on indoor air quality. Not only does it impact health and wellbeing; it also makes a difference to how well students learn and score in tests.
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better test scores are achieved for every liter/second/person rise in ventilation
less time off sick can be the reward of improving indoor air quality
of parents believe the quality of air students breathe directly impacts their health
“When it comes to education, the wellbeing of students and staff is a priority. Yet there is growing awareness that poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in learning environments can have a detrimental effect on the people in them - not only in terms of their health, but also their learning and teaching capabilities.”Pål Berntsen, VP & GM Airthings HBS
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