"Strengthening Climate Change Education in the United States" (PDF), a new report from the international non-profit organization FHI360, offers four recommendations to advance climate change education in the United States:
- Enact policy to support climate change education at national, state, district, and school levels.
- Provide access to high-quality curricula and materials that are grounded in scientific evidence.
- Support educators with training and professional development.
- Scale up out-of-school time and work-based learning models.
Unsurprisingly, the report invokes NCSE's reporting on climate change education policy as well as the 2014-2015 NCSE/Penn State survey (PDF) of climate change educators and the 2020 NCSE/Texas Freedom Network Education Fund study of climate change in state science standards.