Mold, Rodent Droppings, Extreme Temperatures: Connecticut’s Schools Are Falling Apart and Making Students and Teachers Sick

Students are vomiting and complaining of headaches and feeling like they are going to pass out. It’s too hot, it’s like teaching in a pizza oven, and our students are overheating. Every morning, I find rodent feces in my pre-k classroom where students work and play. There are high levels of mold in my classroom…

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Is Your School Making You Sick?

Teachers across the state say mold, rodent droppings, and extreme temperatures in schools are just some of the problems making them and their students sick. Read the results of CEA’s survey. Watch NBC Connecticut tonight at 11pm for a special report: Classrooms in Disrepair.