Two-Thirds Of Crown Heights Schools See Ventilation Issues: Study

Nearly two-thirds of Crown Heights’ 37 public schools have some sort of ventilation problems, a potential roadblock in sending kids back for classes amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new report shows.

Education news site Chalkbeat has compiled inspection records for 1,700 of the city’s schools as ventilation inspectors set out to determine whether their facilities are safe enough to allow students to return to class next month.

As NYC prepares to reopen schools during the pandemic, reports show at least 24 of Crown Heights’ 37 schools have ventilation issues. (Shutterstock) CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN — Nearly two-thirds of Crown Heights’ 37 public schools have some sort of ventilation problems, a potential roadblock in sending kids back for […]

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