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June 06, 2011

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Clarice Fullington

I definitely agree with this article. Air quality is crucial for schools. In a recent survey, schools that had a high concentration of air pollution also had students who got lower in scores in SAT's and in other exams. Aside from this, air pollution can also cause a lot of pulmonary diseases. Simple solutions like planting trees can be a big help for these schools.

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