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I am a fiend about keeping the air quality clean in my classroom, so I spent
some time teaching my students to actually scrub them off with a scrub brush
and rinse in the sink, after first scraping them into the trash with a cheap
plastic scraper. They do after this each period. Two people work together (or
more if they beg) and their boards are numbered so I know who isn't cleaning
theirs. I have a severely asthmatic student, and I never felt she was in
danger. This was the first time I didn't have trouble with dustiness in the
On the downside, the boards will have to be replaced after a while due to
warping. Keeping them well drained helps. Those without big sinks would
probably not be able to get them rinsed.
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