School Construction, Air Quality and Federal Funding: What Superintendents Need to Know - Shared screen with speaker view
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ASHRAE one-pager on schools is here: https://www.ashrae.org/file%20library/technical%20resources/covid-19/guidance-for-the-re-opening-of-schools.pdf
Full ASHRAE Schools guidance is here: https://www.ashrae.org/file%20library/technical%20resources/covid-19/ashrae-reopening-schools-and-universities-c19-guidance.pdf
Also by ASHRAE: Preparation in the Pandemic:How Schools Implemented Air Quality Measures to Protect Occupants from COVID-19 https://www.ashrae.org/file%20library/technical%20resources/covid-19/preparation-in-the-pandemic_iaq-in-schools_final2.pdf
Certifying test and balance agencies include NEBB, AABC, TABB
Districts are supposed to be told the allocation of ARP and be able to draw down ARP funding by May 24th, but some states may take longer to get that information to districts.
Capital expenditures are exempt from maintenance of equity calculations.
This study from the Lancet Covid 19 Commission discusses appropriate air cleaning technologies: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ef3652ab722df11fcb2ba5d/t/608839f6d2394f40306d1e5d/1619540471284/Safe+Work+TF+Desigining+infectious+disease+resilience+April+2021.pdf
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Here is what this report says about strategies other than ventilation, filtration, or UV: Other strategies that have recently been implementedor considered in many schools (such as bipolarionization, plasma systems, portable air cleaningunits with ionizers or UV, dry hydrogen peroxide,photocatalytic oxidation) are generally considered lessscientifically defensible due to their often unprovenefficacies and due to their potential for degrading thequality of the air through the generation of harmfulsecondary pollutants.51-54 Untargeted and excessivedeep surface cleaning efforts (e.g., using foggers orelectrostatic sprayers) should not be employed for thesame reasons.55 Instead, schools should focus theirresources on reducing the risk of SARS-CoV-2 airbornetransmission.