Indoor Air Quality in Schools Guide and Airthings and Carrier


The American Lung Association, in partnership with Airthings and Carrier, launched an Indoor Air Quality in Schools Guide for schools to improve their indoor air quality. 

According to the U.S. Department of Education, children spend on average more than 1,000 hours in school every year. Air pollution in the classroom, dirty air filters and radon can affect how children learn and harm their growing lungs. According to the CDC, the essential elements for safe operations include adequate ventilation for good indoor air quality. 

The Lung Association’s “How To” guide includes information about indoor air quality, recommendations on how to assess indoor air quality, strategies to improve indoor air quality, and more. 

The Guide was mentioned in various media outlets including Associated Press and Yahoo News. The Guide and partnership with Airthings and Carrier were also promoted on the Lung Association Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds, as well as paid advertising via LinkedIn, the National School Board Association, the School Superintendents Association and the National Association of Elementary School Principals.   

Teachers, school administrators and other officials can access this guide for free at

If you would like to learn more about the IAQ in Schools Guide or would like to consider a similar educational partnership for your company please contact: Amanda O’Neill 

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Indoor Air Quality in Schools Guide/Non-Profit Organizations
American Lung Association
Airthings and Carrier /Household
Adults 18-24
Adults 25-34
Adults 35-44
Adults 45-54
Adults 55+
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Lauren L National VP, Corporate and Foundation Relations American Lung Association

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