10 Tweetable Facts About School Air

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1. Poor indoor air quality in schools is linked to decreased concentration and poor test results

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2. Poor school air quality can contribute to asthma attacks, headaches, fatigue, nausea, and rashes

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3. Up to half of all the nation’s schools have problems with indoor environmental quality

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4. Keeping school air clean helps our children learn better and perform at their full potential

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5. Factors affecting school air include: chemicals in cleaning products, mold, asbestos, and radon

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6. Poor school air quality can exacerbate learning and behavioral disorders

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7. What can parents do? Demand no-idling rules. Demand that safer products be used around children

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8. Schools that switch to green cleaning products have reaped financial and health benefits

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9. Poor school air quality can increase absenteeism

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10. With 10% of children suffering from asthma, chemicals have no place in our children’s schools.

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TOPICS: Indoor Air Pollution, Schools