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Breathe Easy: Indoor Air Quality in Education Spaces

Improving indoor air quality can help lower the risk of transmission of infectious diseases in learning spaces from K-12 to higher education. Promoting healthy indoor air can also improve student academic performance, daily attendance, and overall wellness. Learn from subject matter experts and partners about practices to consider in a variety of education spaces, including labs and classrooms, that can improve indoor air quality and promote student health.

Speakers: Anisa Heming, U.S. Green Building Council; Rachel Romero, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Shannon Oliver, Adams 12 School District