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Aug 09, 2016
New 50--state data and policy report on risks to children in schools released, with online Back to Schools Toolkit to help parents and schools reduce risks

Apr 29, 2013
More than 50 events nationwide Focus on the Importance of Healthy School Environments; Healthy Schools Network Releases New Memo on Environmentally Preferable Purchasing - “Green Purchasing

Apr 29, 2013
Three Individuals Honored for National Leadership Promoting Healthier Schools and Healthier Products and Building Materials

Apr 24, 2013
NATIONAL HEALTHY SCHOOLS DAY, APRIL 30th Events Held Across the Nation, Twitter Town Hall Scheduled, Webinar, National Healthy School Hero Awards

Feb 05, 2013
Leaders of the national Coalition for Healthier Schools convened today in Washington to present a new national, state-by-state report that outlines the need for more steps to reduce chemical exposures to children in schools.

Feb 05, 2013
National Coaltion for Healthier Schools' state of the states report finds all children should be considered at risk for extra health problems due solely to environmental conditions of schools. Letter to Congress from 78 groups supports EPA budget.

Feb 02, 2013
"Towards Healthy Schools 2015" state by state data and policy report from Coalition for Healthier Schools urges swifter federal and state actions to address environmental hazards that impact kids health and learning.

Nov 29, 2012
Letter today to all members of congress calls for justice and equity to address children's needs for healthy places to live, learn, and play; new impact aid for schools in the path of severe climate events, such as Super Storm Sandy.

Nov 13, 2012
Statement from Healthy Schools Network on children's needs, following President's remarks on balanced apporach to federal deficit

Aug 21, 2012
National Coalition releases its 2012 Action Kit for Back to School and Beyond for parents, educators, and activists to address the dark, dank, dirty conditions of too many schools, and to improve children’s health and ability to learn.

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