Make The Grade With Your School Building
The health of your education facility directly impacts the performance of your students. Indoor air quality (IAQ), acoustics, light, temperature, aesthetics, sustainable materials and other factors all play a role in how well students perform and feel in the classroom.
Studies show the need for optimal indoor environmental quality in the classroom. For instance, for every 10 dB noise increase, math test scores decrease by over 5 points. Other findings prove that poor lighting directly effects students sleep, concentration and well-being.
By creating healthy indoor environments, we can keep students and staff in schools. We’ve been helping to create the optimal learning environments for decades by offering healthy, sustainable building materials.
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Indoor Environmental Quality in Education
By the time children graduate from high school, they will have spent an estimated 15,600 hours in school
Students miss 14 million school days per year due to poor air quality and indoor pollutants
54% of public school districts need to update or replace multiple building systems or features in their schools
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Support an Effective Learning Environment
Build school spaces that are healthy, functional and impactful. Armstrong offers numerous ceiling and wall solutions that contribute to an enhanced learning environment and improved indoor environmental quality (IEQ). Great acoustics, ideal lighting and air cleaning are just a few of the many product benefits.
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Panther Valley Elementary School evaluated the indoor environmental quality (IEQ) with AWAIR sensors throughout the school – measuring temperature, humidity, CO2, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), particulate matter (PM2.5), noise, and light. After identifying air quality, light and acoustic level concerns, the facility manager renovated the nurses station and a classroom to improve the IEQ with Armstrong Ceiling Solutions.
* Source: Harvard Healthy Buildings Program
** Source: Government Accountability Office 2020