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INVITATION: “Teaching Climate change and Environmental Justice” with Rethinking Schools' Bill Bigelow
In co-sponsorship with Luke Metzger
Texas, we at the Texas Center for Education Policy invite you on Nov. 21, 2019, 8:30am-3:30pm to a seminar with Rethinking School’s Bill
Bigelow titled, “Teaching Climate change and Environmental Justice,” on the third
floor of the Sanchez Building located behind the Blanton Museum offof MLK
in SZB 323.
Breakfast and Lunch will be served. The
door closes at 40 attendees that can attend the entire day. Register here to attend.
As a side note, it's easy to sink one's
head in the sand because the problem of climate change and environmental
degradation is so vast. Perhaps you've seen my deeply-concerning previous
post this morning titled,
That said, this workshop is not a "doom and gloom"
session, but as Bill has indicated to me, will be fun and motivational for
public school and university educators, community activists, policymakers, and
students. Hope you consider joining us. Those who stay for the
entire day will get a free book edited by Bill Bigelow and Tim Swinehart
People's Curriculum for the Earth: Teaching
Climate Change and the Environmental Crisis.