School Construction, Air Quality and Federal Funding: What Supts Need to Know

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School Construction, Air Quality and Federal Funding: What Supts Need to Know

Deferred maintenance and indoor air quality concerns in school buildings are not new, but the global pandemic has heightened awareness of challenges related to both. When thoughtfully implemented, strategies to mitigate risk associated with airborne pathogens can also achieve benefits such as general improvements in indoor air quality, occupant comfort, and energy efficiency. The new influx of federal funding now positions districts to address deferred maintenance, but how are federal funds best spent to do so and what construction and maintenance projects would be better addressed with future funding?

On May 12, 2021, join AASA’s Chris Rogers, Mary Filardo, Executive Director of 21st Century School Fund and Corey Metzger, Lead of ASHRAE’s Epidemic Task Force Schools Team as they share their advice on how to use federal funds on school construction and facility maintenance and in particular share best practices on what districts can do to improve ventilation, filtration and air cleaning strategies. Register for this webinar by clicking here.


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