Winston Choi-Shagrin from the NY Times wrote this article - here’s a tiny excerpt:
"Around the United States, middle school science standards have minimal references to climate change and teachers on average spend just a few hours a year teaching it."
If children are going to inherit our Earth, we need to educate them about climate change. Now.
Know an educator? Forward them this free copy of Generation Carbon: It's time to start.
Free books make it easier for educators to teach our kids since money is not a barrier.
And Generation Carbon isn’t just for science teachers either.
Since Generation Carbon is available in over 15+ languages, foreign language teachers love it.
Elementary teachers are using the digital lessons on SeeSaw that work with the free ebook.
School librarians can run "whole school reads" without needing extra money for books.
Reading specialists can download the version in Dyslexie Font - easier to decode for students with reading disabilities.
What you can do: Take a second to forward this email to a teacher, administrator, or parent who can use this free resource.
Our Earth depends on kids understanding what they’re facing.