Green Building Curriculum Hits High School Classrooms!

As you may have noticed, GEF writes a monthly entry for the Center for Green Schools blog. This month, we wanted to focus on the power of green building education in the classroom, specifically in high schools. What better way to connect traditional educational concepts with real world examples and hands on activities than by using green building principles and strategies? Plus, students don’t necessarily need to be learning in a green classroom to benefit from the curriculum! Check it out! 

Be sure to visit the Center’s blog often for great information about green schools initiatives and resources.

About Green Education Foundation (GEF)

Mission Green Education Foundation (GEF), a non-profit organization, is committed to creating a sustainable future through education. Sustainability Education provides educators with the real-world applied learning models that connect science, technology, and math education with the broader human concerns of environmental, economic, and social systems. GEF provides curriculum and resources to K-12 students and teachers worldwide with the goal of challenging youth to think holistically and critically about global environmental concerns and solutions. Visit to register for free and to gain full access to GEF’s comprehensive library of standards-based lessons and activities.
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