Michael Gilrane, New York University. This paper identifies the achievement impact of installing air filters in classrooms for the first time.
$1,000 can raise a class’s test scores by as much as cutting class size by a third. By Matthew Yglesias@firstname.lastname@example.org An emergency situation that turned out to be mostly a false alarm led a lot of schools in Los Angeles to install air filters, and something strange happened: Test scores went up. By a
State Budget (SENATE BILL 6168, Sec. 603) (42) $50,000 of the general fund—state appropriation for fiscal year 2021 is provided solely for the department of environmental and occupational health sciences to provide an air quality report. The report will study the relationship between indoor and outdoor ultrafine particle air quality at sites with vulnerable populations,