Webinars on Reducing Environmental Health Risks to Children

September 9, 2016

 

The Education Facilities Clearinghouse, in partnership with Healthy Schools Network and the Coalition for Healthier Schools, is pleased to announce two webinars in September on reducing environmental health risks to children in P-12 schools nationwide. The webinars are based on recent conferences hosted by Healthy Schools Network. 

 

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Please click here to register.

 

 

Webinar: Lead in Drinking Water  

September 13, 4:00 PM

 

Jerome A. Paulson, MD is Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics and Emeritus Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health at the George Washington University Schools of Medicine and of Public Health. He is a consultant to the Healthy Schools Network and others on issues related to children’s health and the environment.

 

 

 

 

Webinar: Towards Healthy Schools: Reducing Risks to Children

Thursday, September, 22 at 4 p.m.

 

Claire L. Barnett, MBA is founder and Executive Director of the Healthy Schools Network, a national environmental health research, education, and advocacy organization and the Coordinator of the national Coalition for Healthier Schools. Under her leadership, the Network has challenged the nation to ensure that schools are environmentally responsible to all children, to personnel, and to communities. Among the landmark policy reforms: the New York State Board of Regents’ guiding principles and comprehensive actions for school environmental quality (1995); laws to improve indoor environmental quality in schools in New York City and state; fostering reform coalitions in dozens of states; award-winning guides to empower parents and others to take constructive actions to reduce risks; fostering the green cleaning/healthy products in schools movement; and federally, securing over $6B for school repairs and new authorizations for US EPA and Education.

 

 

 

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