Workshop on “A People’s Curriculum for the Earth” in D.C. March 1, 2016

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Dear Zinn Education Project friends,

Please consider joining me and Zinn Education Project, Teaching for Change, and Rethinking Schools friends for a day-long workshop on teaching about the climate crisis. We’ll focus on activities in the Rethinking Schools book, A People’s Curriculum for the Earth: Teaching Climate Change and the Environmental Crisis.

When:  Saturday, April 9 — 9 am to 3 pm
Where: Washington, D.C. — Location to be announced
Cost: Free, lunch included

All participants will receive free copies of A People’s Curriculum for the Earth. And thanks to a grant from the Lannan Foundation, people who would like to lead their own follow-up workshops on environmental justice themes will be able to apply for free copies of the book to use with participants.

I hope you’ll consider joining me, along with Zinn Education Project, Teaching for Change, and Rethinking Schools colleagues.

Note that I’m a high school teacher, so the day will have a middle school/high school/teacher education bias, but all are welcome, including non-school-based popular educators.




Bill Bigelow, co-director of the
Zinn Education Project for Rethinking Schools

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