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Undeclared Emergency: Addressing the Climate Crisis in our Schools. WILL BE PRESENTED VIRTUALLY. STAY TUNED!
Thursday, 30 April 2020,  7:00 pm -  8:30 pm
Contact Brookline Adult and Community Education 617 730 2700

The job of educators is to prepare young people to thrive intellectually, financially, and emotionally in the future. Brookline teachers do an outstanding job of preparing students but for a future that does not exist. The future of climate change has arrived and we are living through an undeclared emergency. Should schools play a crucial role in addressing the climate crisis? Increasingly parents and students demand "yes!"

Roger Grande is a BHS Teacher and 2019-2020 Innovation Fund Fellow. He has taught social studies for 23 years and created the BHS Program in Social Justice Leadership. He is currently working with educators, students, and parents to make sustainability a core practice in Brookline schools. He wil begin with his own climate story, address some of the impacts of climate change, and present the challlenges and opportunities for bulding a sustainability culture in schools that can serve as an example for the greater community.

To register call Brookline Community and Adult Education. 617 730 2700 or email at bacep@psbma.org

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Location Brookline High School
Sponsored by the Brookline Community and Adult Education .