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This collection of webinars provides helpful information to promote and support healthy school environments. This list includes registration links to upcoming webinars and links to previously recorded webinars. The webinars feature experts from the EPA, other federal, and non-federal programs. Upcoming webinar times are Eastern Standard but may change so please check back here regularly.

Many of these webinars are part of the Department of Education's Green Strides Webinar Series. Sign up for their email updates to receive registration information on future webinars.

Some links may leave the EPA.gov domain, and EPA cannot attest to the accuracy of information on that non-EPA page. Providing links to a non-EPA Web site is not an endorsement of the other site or the information it contains by EPA or any of its employees. Also, be aware that the privacy protection provided on the EPA.gov domain (see Privacy and Security Notice) may not be available at the external link.

Upcoming Webinars

July 16, 2015, 1-2:00 p.m.: Living in a Material World: Selecting the Right Materials to Improve IAQ in Schools Exit EPA Disclaimer (EPA)

Please join us on July 16th at 1:00PM EST to learn about how the selection and use of low-toxicity and low-emitting materials can improve IAQ and health outcomes among students and staff and reduce construction and operating costs.! Register today at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/100000000065847902.

View the Sensible Steps Webinar Series

EPA's comprehensive training program offers 10 functional, one hour, sessions for all school staff. Each session is driven by real-life case studies, providing real solutions to real concerns, as presented by school district personnel. And, it introduces dozens of sensible, low- or no-cost steps staff can use to make any school a healthier school.

Want to start training your district or schools staff today? Make the commitment to these easy steps to a healthier school environment.

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