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Are Children & Teachers Breathing Safe Air at School?

Maintaining Healthy Indoor Air Quality in Schools

COVID has shone a spotlight on longstanding ventilation issues in school buildings.

As school administrators and facilities managers welcome their students back into schools, many have checklists and protocols in place to increase natural ventilation, check HVAC systems, and replace air filters.

The problem is, indoor air doesn’t sit still.

How do you monitor and manage your indoor air quality (IAQ) in real-time?

Download our free guide and learn about:

  • The state of indoor air quality in schools
  • How poor air quality impacts alertness and cognition
  • The 5 key steps to developing an indoor air quality plan

Indoor air quality impacts your student's health and performance


Elevated carbon dioxide levels have been linked to drowsiness, lower test scores, and increased absences.

Fine Dust (PM2.5)

Particulate Matter (PM2.5) can travel into children’s lungs and trigger health problems like asthma and allergies.


Chemicals (VOCs)

Many everyday materials release harmful chemicals into the air. Indoor exposure to VOCs can create dizziness or headaches.

Create an IAQ Monitoring Plan for your school.

We'll show you exactly how to:

Step 1: Make the Case.

Step 2: Develop the Plan.

Step 3: Establish a Dedicated Team.

Step 4: Continuously Evaluate.

Step 5: Share Data with Parents.

Download the guide to learn more

Indoor air quality impacts your student's health and performance

See the invisible. Awair's indoor air quality monitoring solutions help you understand what's happening with your school's indoor air.

  • Monitor your classroom.
  • Ensure ventilation is working with ongoing data.
  • Take action with real-time notifications when air quality is low.
  • Reassure students and parents with shared classroom IAQ data.

To learn more about Awair’s capabilities, read more here.

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