Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly: June 2018

Published on: 
28 Jun 2018
Anisa Heming

The Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly, published by Green Schools National Network, is the journal of the green schools movement, recording our past successes and challenges, present activities and hopes for the future. This quarter’s content focuses on current work to strengthen environmental and sustainability literacy in students.

The June issue is full of great stories and information:

  • Kristin Cipollone, Rebecca Franzen and Susan Santone examine the potential for sustainability literacy to impact the achievement gap between high- and low-income students by reviewing evidence of how Education for Sustainable Development is currently being used in successful high-poverty schools.
  • A column by Tarrey Banks describes how the Project School in Bloomington, Indiana, is using food and food systems to create experiences for students that position them to solve problems and learn about sustainability and social justice.
  • Dr. Christine Schnittka of Auburn University and two of her graduate students review five classic books about sustainability education that are as relevant today as when they were first published.
  • The film Best Day Ever: Forest Days in Vermont Kindergartens is featured with a review that describes its focus on the power of nature play and delight in the development of young children.

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Read the full issue