Better Lighting for Healthier Students.

Web Abstract: 
This brief highlights the problem that poor or inappropriate lighting in schools can adversely affect children's health and their ability to learn. It discusses the benefits of using daylight or full-spectrum lighting for healthier students, citing studies that reported that students had fewer cavities, gained weight and grew in height more than students in non-daylit classrooms, and demonstrated better work habits and improved academic performance.
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
08/31/2001
Page Numbers: 
4p
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References to Books and Other Media