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Why is Indoor Air Quality important in Schools?

Indoor air quality is important in schools for several reasons as it directly impacts the health, well-being, learning development, and academic performance of students, teachers, and staff. Children breathe more air, eat more food and drink more liquid in proportion to their body weight than adults. Therefore, air quality in schools is of particular concern. 

Long-Term Health Effect

Poor indoor air quality in schools can lead to various health issues, such as respiratory problems, allergies, asthma, headaches, and fatigue.

Lowered Academic Performance

Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality is associated with impaired cognitive function and academic performance. Polluted air quality has been linked to difficulties in student focus, lower concentration levels, and reduced effectiveness in retaining information.

Discomfort and Distraction

Poor indoor environments, characterized by bad odors or stuffiness, can create discomfort and distractions. Students may struggle to focus on their studies when they are uncomfortable in their surroundings.

Behavioral Issues

Poor air quality has been associated with behavioral problems in children, including increased irritability, restlessness, and difficulty managing emotions. This can disrupt classroom dynamics and hinder a positive learning environment.

Teacher and Staff Well-being

It's not just students who are affected; teachers and other staff members also spend a significant amount of time in the school environment. Poor air quality can impact their health, job satisfaction, and overall well-being.

Reduced Cognitive Function

Poor air quality can impair cognitive function, attention, and memory. Students may have difficulty concentrating, processing information, and retaining knowledge, which can negatively impact their academic performance.

Empirical Evidences

Empirical evidence consistently highlights the concerning impact of poor indoor air quality on schools and their students. 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - EPA

According to EPA findings, poor indoor air quality can lead to a 5-10% decrease in student performance due to increased absenteeism and reduced concentration levels.

World Health Organization - WHO

The WHO highlights the importance of good indoor air quality in educational settings. According to their research, poor indoor air quality can lead to health problems such as respiratory illnesses and allergies among students and staff.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

A study conducted by Harvard researchers revealed a significant correlation between classroom ventilation rates and students' academic performance. The study found that better ventilation led to improved test scores in math and reading. This indicates that addressing indoor air quality issues, such as ventilation, can positively impact students' learning outcomes.


Breathe Easier, Learn Better: ARVE is a Powerful Solution for Healthy Schools.

Dynamic Ventilation Control

ARVE utilizes real-time data to adaptively control the ventilation systems in different areas of the school. By increasing ventilation rates in spaces where VOC concentrations are elevated, ARVE ensures that polluted air is quickly exchanged with fresh outdoor air, reducing the accumulation of harmful chemicals.

Real-Time Air Quality Monitoring

ARVE employs sensors to constantly monitor key air quality parameters, including VOC levels, particulate matter, temperature, and humidity. This real-time monitoring allows schools to identify areas with poor air quality and take immediate corrective actions.

Filtration and Air Cleaning

ARVE incorporates high-efficiency air filters that can capture a wide range of particles, including VOCs and other pollutants. These filters help to enhance the air purification process, making the indoor environment healthier for students and staff.

Smart Scheduling

ARVE allows schools to create custom ventilation schedules based on occupancy and usage patterns. For instance, during periods of high occupancy, such as class hours, the system can increase ventilation rates to maintain optimal air quality. During low occupancy, energy efficiency is maintained by reducing ventilation while still ensuring acceptable air quality levels.

Minimizing Chemical Materials and VOCs

Schools have various materials emitting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like cleaning products and paints, causing health issues. ARVE uses advanced purification to eliminate these chemicals, ensuring safe indoor air quality through real-time monitoring for a better learning environment.

Healthier Learning Environment​

By maintaining optimal indoor air quality, the ARVE system creates a healthy and comfortable learning environment for students and staff. This can lead to improved attendance, concentration, and academic performance.

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