Government data has revealed that detectors of carbon dioxide in Quebec classrooms are recording higher levels of gas compared to the fall.
Though most classrooms pass the air quality test, recent data available on the Quebec government website shows the average weekly carbon dioxide level of all detectors was 930 parts per million (ppm).
Minister of Education, Bernard Drainville, presented a report that shows that the air quality in 99 percent of classrooms in Quebec was below the 1,500 ppm limit.
However, the fact that windows are closed most of the time makes cold temperatures complicate CO2 concentration measurements. 5,090 classrooms exceeded the 1,500 ppm threshold during the week before Christmas.
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