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Using the WELL Health-Safety Rating to Confidently Bring Back In-Person Learning

This event occurred on July 21, 2021 3:00 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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School leaders are working around the clock to provide healthy, safe learning environments as the nation recovers from the devastating impacts of COVID-19. The WELL Health-Safety Rating is helping schools re-open the right way. It is designed to empower school leaders by providing a seamless experience backed by evidence-based solutions as well as third-party verification.

Angela Spangler, Director of Market Development at IWBI, will share emerging innovations and research regarding how we can design and update school buildings specifically to support the health and well-being of students, teachers, staff and visitors. Topics will include an introduction to the WELL Building Standard highlighting key Strategies within WELL to support in the fight against COVID-19, an introduction to the latest WELL Health-Safety Rating for schools, and lessons learned from school leaders around the world. who are already using the rating to support their schools and districts’ reopening plans.

Join us to learn how this critical, efficient and cost-effective solution for school leaders is providing the tools and resources they need to independently verify their buildings over the summer months so they are ready for the new school year.

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