Kean University Students Call for Better Climate Change Education in High Schools

From the Ritz Herald: “Preliminary findings from a survey conducted by researchers at Kean University suggest that high schools need to improve their efforts in educating students on climate change. The research project is a collaboration between Professor Daniela Shebitz, Ph.D., who chairs the Department of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, and Assistant Professor Karen Woodruff, Ph.D., from the Department of Elementary and Physical Education. The purpose of the project is to measure students’ understanding of climate change and its impact on the environment, as part of a broader research project on climate change education.” Read the article in The Ritz Herald

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