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School district officials face problems in dealing with asbestos in their schools
United States. General Accounting Office
|Statement||by the U.S. General Acounting Office.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on HUD-Independent Agencies.|
|LC Classifications||TA455.A6 U65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||85601856|
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Their use was banned in Artificial ashes and embers sold for use in gas-fired fireplaces may contain asbestos. Older products such as stove-top pads may have some asbestos compounds.
Juneau School District Superintendent Dr. Mark Miller submitted his request to be released from his contract to the Board of Education on Wednesday, J Miller has served the district since “It has been a humbling honor to have led the Juneau School District over the.
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Students in the Lake Washington School District in the Seattle suburbs were so nervous about the novel coronavirus they started a petition urging officials to close the schools. No one in a classroom had been diagnosed with the disease, but more than 15 people in the region had died of it, and students thought: Why take a chance.
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When DODEA Investigates Teachers for Bullying, Parents Say They’re in the Dark no significant behavioral or academic problems at his school in Texas, the Wrights said. District officials. For the school board of San Francisco, and the students of McAteer High School, it was the problem that wouldn’t die.
In the early eighties, after a routine check, the school was discovered to be virtually saturated in asbestos: every ceiling, pipe, and beam had been coated when the building was constructed in to provide insulation and fire protection.
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To order a copy, call ASCD at –– A school board is a legislative body of citizens called school directors, who are elected locally by the district's citizens. School board directors serve as agents of the state legislature.
Each board consists of ten members, including the Superintendent and nine members who. This rule, which became known as the Asbestos-in-Schools Rule (MS Rule), received its authority under the Toxic Substances and Control Act.
The AIS Rule required school officials to inspect all school buildings for friable materials, analyze samples of such materials for their asbestos content and keep records of the findings.
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In his city, asbestos has forced the closure of six schools since the beginning of the school year. One teacher has been diagnosed with mesothelioma. In the absence of dollars, school districts often defer maintenance, which ultimately leads to a cascade of problems.
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Asbestos removal planned at 4 schoolsChicago TribuneWest Aurora School District officials are preparing to have asbestos removed from four schools before beginning renovations.
The school board is considering a recommended bid of $, for the removal at Hall Elementary, Freeman Elementary. The lead problems at some of the schools date to the s, when the school district first tested its faucets. “I was not surprised as someone who was there when it was a problem 27 years ago,” said Kim Gaddy, a parent at Newark Public Schools.Expanding Security Awareness in High School Athletics (Mich.) Public School district, which serves 52 schools in a metro area with a population of nearly one million.
"But at our high school events, some of our fans don't believe they should have to follow those security protocols. One issue that schools face, says Johnson, is the.
In Ashland, reference materials from a Nov. 18 forum for parents, "Addressing Adolescent Depression and Suicide," are now available on the school district's website, The.