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Program Challenges Students to Solve Invasive Species Problem Using Engineering Principles
The Asian Carp Exploration (ACE) curriculum, a first-of-its-kind online STEM curriculum, informs students about the issues surrounding the Great Lakes and inspires them to use engineering and other STEM related lessons learned in the classroom to address real life challenges.
Lansdowne Elementary School students learn about the importance of protecting our precious natural resources by investigating a number of subjects related to groundwater protection and the scientists\engineers who work in the field.
Bishop O’Dowd High School faculty, staff and students commemorated the successful completion of the Center for Environmental Studies and encouraged students to think about sustainability from a global perspective, challenging them to lead the way in bringing forth a thriving, just, sustainable world.
A Trifecta for Environmental Education in Puyallup
The Puyallup School District is working to engage students in real-world science. In a partnership with WSU’s Puyallup Research and Extension Center and the Pacific Education Institute (PEI), field investigations were planned, organized, and implemented for all 6th grade students in the school district to provide students with a unique experience within their local community.
Endless EE Opportunities at Lawton Chiles Elementary
This year, Lawton Chiles Elementary in Tampa, Florida, celebrated EE Week with environmental activities and events throughout the spring! Read about their school recycling program, Agriculture in the Classroom Day, Solar Day and Science Night!
NEEF is the nation’s leading organization in lifelong environmental learning, connecting people to knowledge they use to improve the quality of their lives and the health of the planet. NEEF sees a future where by 2022, 300 million Americans actively use environmental knowledge to ensure the well-being of the earth and its people. Learn more at neefusa.org.