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Category Archives: green building
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 … Continue reading
The Green Apple Day of Service on Sept. 29, 2012 is an opportunity for you to highlight the important work your organization does to create healthy and sustainable learning places. Service projects are already planned and registered at schools across the country and … Continue reading
Career and Technical Education (CTE) schools helps our nation meet the very real and immediate challenges of economic development, student achievement, and global competitiveness. Some 14 million students are enrolled in CTE – encompassing every state, with programs in nearly … Continue reading
GEF Institute has announced the availability of their blended learning curriculum for high school and college classrooms and would like to offer a sample of the scripted lessons for free! Once you’ve used the lessons, tell us what you think! … Continue reading
GEF’s guest post on the Center for Green Schools‘ blog is available today! Check it out to learn why it’s so important to make sure nature becomes an integral part of the classroom setting and curriculum. Read the entry here: http://bit.ly/M6T0MI In … Continue reading