Taking steps to improve indoor air quality in schools has been shown to have a positive impact on key aspects of student performance. Concentration, engagement, and improved cognitive skills are just some of the benefits that can be gained. And we've seen more and more governments take it seriously, as a result of the recent pandemic.
Interestingly though, it's often forgotten that it's more than just the students who can reap the rewards of better air. Air quality in schools is so important, not only for the students. Find out how facility managers, teachers, and parents can also benefit in our latest infographic below.
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