Published On: August 23, 2022

Molly Mus, a physics and biology teacher at a Boston public school, says she has been dealing with boiling temperatures in her classroom the last few years — and not just because of her students’ science experiments. Mus’s school building has no ventilation. So her classroom, which has no central air or ceiling fan, has felt scorching due to recent unprecedented heat waves in the area. The district is asking teachers to keep their windows open to mitigate the spread of COVID, but when Mus put a box fan in her classroom window, she says it simply blew hot air around the room.

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