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Stanford researchers aim to answer the question: 'How do you improve air quality in schools?'

Original post made on Jul 10, 2023

Ravenswood City School District classrooms were outfitted with sensors as part of a five-year Stanford University study into the indoor air quality of K-12 schools in hopes of helping mitigate the health impacts of wildfire smoke.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Sunday, July 9, 2023, 8:40 AM

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Posted by Native to the BAY
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Jul 10, 2023 at 11:43 pm

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Great! Yet what our classrooms, teachers, students really could use: human interventions!! Certified help for kids in an aftermath of Global Pandemic. Nothing more traumatic than COVID, masking, online “learning”. Then wildfires that kept us inside “homes” and stacked w smoke and COVID on our side. Where fresh air was messed up yet masks were required and then BLM “I can’t breathe” thrown in mix of confusion . Trifecta of environmental health anti protections . How our kids get through a day is beyond belief. And no teen real time, in person good solid expenditures for thier peace of mind.

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