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New Solut. 2010;20(1):73-80. doi: 10.2190/NS.20.1.e.

Integrated pest management policies in America's schools: is federal legislation needed?

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  • 1Morgan State University's School of Community Health and Policy, USA. akiddtay@aol.com

Abstract

America's school children are at risk of developing asthma and other respiratory illnesses as a result of exposure to hazardous pesticides. Integrated pest management (IPM) policies are being implemented in states and school districts across the country; however, the content and regulation of these policies vary. The need for standardization of such policies and a federal IPM law is the only way to ensure that children in America's schools are adequately protected from exposure to hazardous pesticides used to control pests.

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20359992
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