How they did it: Reporters enlist teachers to investigate ‘toxic schools’

Sample tubes with dust wipes (Wendy Ruderman)

Reporters at The Philadelphia Inquirer found more than 9,000 environmental problems in the city’s public schools, including mold, asbestos and lead paint, during a nine-month investigation that relied on community-based testing.

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https://journalistsresource.org/tip-sheets/reporting/lead-mold-asbestos-philadelphia-schools/

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