Imagine Your Students Leading the Discussion of Environmental Issues in their Communities…
How could high school students become solution-focused environmental policy experts in L.A.? What if they had the knowledge and skills to work with local officials, scientists, and businesses to address trash, pollution, and water issues?
UCLA, Los Angeles Waterkeeper (LAW), and Constitutional Rights Foundation invite you to work with us to help create the next generation of eco-citizens across LA through our Urban Waters Civic Action Project.
We can provide up to 20 teachers with:
1. Free curriculum aligned to NGSS: urban drainage systems, identifying and measuring common water pollutants, and gauging the effects of pollutants on watershed biota.
2. Project-based learning: environmental issues + public policy = STEM + civics
3. Professional development with dinner and a stipend.
REGISTER with Keith Mataya, Senior Program Director, Constitutional Rights Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org, 213-316-2107