Protect Climate Science Education

As the effects of climate change intensify all around us, Arizona’s new draft science standards for K-12 students eliminates language focused on evidence-based climate change.

This effort  is part of an ongoing attack on the right of students to learn fact-based climate science in school. Without a fact-based education in climate science, students will not be adequately prepared to innovate the climate and clean energy solutions that their generation will depend on. Parents, students, and teachers in more than a dozen states have already worked to defend the integrity of climate science education -- but we must continue taking action.

Will you join us in defending the integrity of climate science education in K-12 schools?

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