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National Environmental Education Week

National Environmental Education Week

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National Environmental Education Week (EE Week, www.eeweek.org) -- April 11-17, 2010 -- is the nation's largest environmental education event, with the goal of connecting educators with environmental resources to promote students' understanding of the environment. EEWeek.org offers hundreds of free standards-based, hands-on environmental education resources for K-12 educators of any discipline. EE Week is a program of the National Environmental Education Foundation (www.neefusa.org). I encourage you to explore the resources and register to join us for EE Week if you like what you see. Registration is free, and registered schools and organizations receive discounts and special offers on educational materials, certificates of participation, and access to additional tools and resources.

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Montessori Public School Coordinator in Florida

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