"Most teachers support teaching students about climate change, survey finds"


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  • Climate Change Education

"Most teachers support teaching students about climate change, survey finds, but many feel unprepared to teach the topic, and they worry about pushback from parents."

NAAEE's Executive Director Judy Braus speaks with Ethan Freedman, of ChavoBart Digital Media, for Yale Climate Connections.

Read the article and listen to the audio: https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2023/05/Most-teachers-support-teachi…

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Read the NAAEE Survey referenced in the audio:

A national survey of teachers and administrators finds overwhelming agreement that climate change education is important and should be taught across subjects. But teachers lack confidence and need resources, professional development, and clear signs of support from leadership to teach about climate change effectively. Read the report by the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) and Edge Research:

"The State of Climate Change Education: Findings from a National Survey of Educators"