Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Headaches From Wireless: Teachers and Children are Reporting Symptoms.

Headaches, Dizziness and Memory Issues

Last night CBS News reported on a teacher who gets sick from wireless radiation. She is the first teacher in a US public school to be officially granted an accommodation for wireless sensitivity.  In the news piece  below she details how she has made changes to safe technology at home and at her work. She is a middle school teacher.

See Ms. Lawson's accommodation letter here.

The Israel Supreme Court Case
"Over 200 children are sick, headaches, nausea, dizziness..."

Did you know parents petitioned the Israeli Supreme Court to ban wireless in schools because their children are getting sick from the wireless radiation.

Watch this news interview with Israeli lawyer Dafna Tachover about the case.


In a recent May 5, 2015 meeting with MCPS Technology staff we discussed this issue. We hope that all District staff is reading this post and taking the time to watch these videos. We are hoping to avoid teacher and staff becoming ill from the high powered industrial wireless radiation installed at our schools.

Teacher Unions and PTA's Worldwide are taking action on this issue. 

Sign up for blog updates so you never miss a post.
Please email anytime at safetechforschoolsmaryland@gmail.com
Please join our Facebook Page at Safe Tech For Schools Maryland 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The Los Angeles School district has stated in writing that classroom RF EMF exposures in classrooms must be less than a 0.1 μW/cm2 which is 10,000 times lower than the FCC standard!!  They state in their attached Fact Sheet:
“The FCC guidelines for human exposure are set below known thresholds for adverse effects from thermal heating. For the general public, the FCC limit is 1,000 μW/cm2….
… Our threshold is 0.1 μW/cm2 or 10,000 times lower than the FCC standard. It is believed that a more conservative level is necessary to protect children, who represent a potentially vulnerable and sensitive population.
Staff has evaluated the proposed use of Wi-Fi technology throughout our schools. With adherence to recently adopted use and equipment specifications (i.e., measured distances from access points/external antennas and limits on end-device power ratings), RF exposures will be significantly reduced and meet the precautionary limit of 0.1 μW/cm2.




No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.