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Notes for educators:The Freedom to breathe teaching resources have been developed by educational professionals and willachieve three key learning outcomes. Students will:1. Understand the state of air quality in their city, and how it compares to other cities.2. Understand the health impacts of air quality on their physical health, mental health and their ability to learn.3. Understand how they can claim their right to clean air by understanding what the UN Convention on theRights of the Child is. It is focused on their rights to the best possible health, clean water and a cleanenvironment (article 24), but does not include the explicit ‘right to clean air.’Curriculum links: this primarily links to the Next Generation Science Standards, but of course also touches onHistory-Social Science StandardsFreedom to breathe aims to gather the support of 20,000 children from four target cities (starting with Beijing,Delhi, London, Los Angeles) - in support of a call to the UN to acknowledge Chil...