All schoolchildren should be provided with a learning environment in which the roof and pipes don’t leak, the electrical system poses no hazards and the classroom air isn’t tainted with asbestos, lead, mold or other toxic contaminants. Yet New Jersey today gets an “F” for failing to meet that responsibility.

Full Article by Eileen Senn, WEC Industrial Hygiene Consultant

November 15, 2011 – The Star Ledger