We feature our first Climate Change & Environmental Justice Program writing team.
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Meet the CCEJP Writing Team for Grades 3-5! The CRS-OTACA team brings together classroom teachers and informal educators, [...]
We feature The Carbon Almanac, a project urging us all to join forces in pursuit of systemic solutions [...]
In 2020, I visited a national park for the first time—Zion National Park. I remember wading through the [...]
Change can be hard. That’s true for us individually but it’s even more true when we’re trying to [...]
We share the full story on how the Climate Change and Environmental Justice Program has gotten underway!
Earlier this summer, Ten Strands convened the community- and student-centered organizations selected to create curricular resources that will [...]
Ten Strands is excited to announce the selection of seven diverse organizations that will spearhead the development of [...]
Learn about the creation of the new Presidio Tunnel Tops in San Francisco, and read our new staff [...]
The State of California invested $6 million to create curricular resources to help teachers promote students’ understanding of climate change and environmental justice, leading to action in their communities. The […]
The California Environmental Literacy Initiative (CAELI), led by Ten Strands, works statewide with guidance from a Leadership Council to create systems change in support of ensuring that all students have […]
Breaking News: New California Schoolyard Forest System℠ to Provide Shade to Protect Students from Extreme Heat The National Outdoor Learning Initiative (NOLI) is a collective impact project led by Ten […]
California’s Environmental Principles and Concepts have a timely and relevant place in the new state frameworks. In 2003, the California Education and the Environment Initiative, Assembly Bill 1548, was passed by California’s legislature […]
To be successful, students need to learn key skills—such as critical thinking, problem solving, and communication—and meet academic goals. Teachers need access to high-quality professional learning experiences that help them […]
Every student in California can achieve environmental literacy, and all students deserve the opportunity to understand, interact, and connect with their environment in meaningful ways that promote learning and growth. Ten Strands acts as a connector, building partnerships and forging pathways to ensure that California’s K–12 students receive a high-quality education with an environmental component. Together, we can create a healthy future for our planet and its inhabitants.