Green Action Curriculum High School Grant Opportunity

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Green Action Curriculum High School Grant Opportunity

Participating schools will receive all training and curriculum resources at no cost. The grant will pay all travel costs to workshops, as well as pay for substitutes for up to 10 release days for each participating teacher (to attend workshops and receive coaching.

Over the 2009-2010 school year, with support from California’s Public Charter Schools Grant Program, Environmental Charter High School will be disseminating its successful Green Action Curriculum to ten California public schools. Together, we will work to help our students become agents of change in their communities, while they learn concepts, knowledge and skills that will serve them well for the rest of their lives.

Participating schools will receive all training and curriculum resources at no cost. The grant will pay all travel costs to workshops, as well as pay for substitutes for up to 10 release days for each participating teacher (to attend workshops and receive coaching.

    Would you like to establish or expand your school’s service learning program?

    Would you like to have more project-based learning in your school?

    Would you like to offer more interdisciplinary instruction?

    Do you want to make more connections between your curriculum and the principles and practices of sustainable living and business?

    Do you want your students to be in a better position to participate in the “Green Economy”?

If these possibilities are of interest to you, you may wish to apply to be one of the California schools that will receive special curriculum resources and professional development services.

Schools will be selected based on these criteria:

    The program is available to high schools. Participating schools must demonstrate leadership commitment and capacity to sustain the program over time.

    Each school will have at least three participating faculty members.

    All participating schools will have identified academic deficiencies or achievement gaps that they aim to address through their participation in the Green Action Curriculum Program.

    Schools will be distributed across the state.

For more information, or to download an application, “Click Here”