Ensuring Indoor Air Quality For Students Requires Real-Time Data And Insights to Keep Classrooms Safer And Healthier.
School buildings with poor indoor air quality (IAQ), acoustics, and lighting impact children's ability to learn, and the overall well-being of all building occupants.
Poor indoor air quality also leads to higher absenteeism, and poor acoustics are linked to lower test scores. So how do you assess a problem that you can't see? Partner with scientific experts and a trusted building solutions company to monitor and improve indoor environmental factors, and ensure an optimal learning environment.
Healthy Schools Program In Action
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.