The indoor environment in schools
Danfilter has investigated whether there is a connection between the indoor environment in schools and students' performance. A report prepared by the Technical University of Denmark, DTU, and the Danish Science Factory investigates this particular problem and the results speak for themselves - ventilation and a healthy indoor environment are important for both health, learning and performance ability.
Most of us have experienced how stuffy air and poor ventilation can affect our everyday lives at work or in the classroom. A poor indoor environment is mainly caused by poor or no ventilation and can lead to problems such as headaches and nausea, which can affect our learning ability and performance.