Amherst educators move to reverse energy illiteracy

Environmental educators in Amherst will use a foundation grant to inspire elementary students to think anew about energy in today’s world. Mobile E-­‐Edition Newsletters RSS Daily Hampshire Gazette -­‐ Established 1786 Sign in Get Access The Hitchcock Center for the Environment will rework the “energy literacy” curriculum it uses to train teachers in more than 40 schools in the region. The goal, staffers say, is to encourage young scientists to think critically about a topic that surprisingly few Americans of any age understand. Read full article…

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