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Clean Indoor Air in Schools Helps Students Stay Healthy

We at Field Controls are determined to help schools get back to learning. In order to get back to normal, clean indoor air in schools is necessary. We would like to share a press release from the Healthy Schools Network about “Stronger Agency Collaborations Needed to Address COVID and Climate Impacts on Nation’s Schools.” According to the press release, “This year’s National Healthy Schools Day comes at a critical juncture when the nation is working to recover and stabilize from the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Schools desire to reopen all schools, and address the growing crisis caused by climate impacts hits the most disadvantaged communities and their schools the hardest.”

If you’d like to learn more about your state’s policies for U.S. elementary, middle, and high schools, see the interactive map on the AAFA (Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American)  State Honor Roll of Asthma and Allergy Policies for Schools. Certain states have better policies than others for people with asthma, food allergies, anaphylaxis and related diseases. This webpage ranks these states. Use the interactive map to see your state’s report on their policy

To take steps to get clean indoor air in schools, learn more about products that can help with clean indoor air for school and the products that could be right for your school.

 

 

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