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Today’s NYX Teaching the Truth About Climate Change

We blogged about this back in January, 2015: Teach Your Children Well. Today’s New York Times opinion piece links to the Next Generation Science Standards offer one guide for doing so. A list of Fifteen states in the op-ed show what school districts have already adopted the climate change standards. Another important link is to the 2014 Yale study which is a clear graphic showing that 35 percent of Americans believe global warming is caused mostly by natural phenomena rather than human activity.

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