"Bill seeks to teach kids the ‘power of the outdoors’"


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News Article


  • Climate Change Education
  • EE Policy

In this article, Journalist Mike Magner interviews NAAEE's Sarah Bodor about the importance of No Child Left Inside (NCLI), bipartisan legislation aiming to expand environmental literacy in children across the United States. She shares how New Jersey is integrating climate change standards into student learning standards, and emphasizes that students themselves are pushing for education to understand and work on solutions for the climate crisis.

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