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Teachers and Parents: Are You Teaching Climate Change?

Submitted by on June 14, 2017 – 10:58 amNo Comment

by Amy Harmon (The New York Times)  Last week I wrote about a teacher, James Sutter, who is teaching the basics of climate change — the planet is warming and humans are primarily responsible — in a Ohio high school where many students are raised to believe it is bunk.

Since then, dozens of teachers across the country, including many who are New York Times readers, have shared classroom experiences that are similar and very different.

Teachers, parents and students: Please share your story using the form below. I’m interested in both stories of conflict and creative resolution at home or in the classroom, so feel free to share what’s in lesson plans and other notable details.

Your name and comments may be published, but your contact information will not. I or a colleague might contact you to learn more about your story.  READ MORE and MORE (Climate Generation)

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