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Environmental Attitudes in Underrepresented Students
With the rise of social media and technology use it seems as if children between the ages of 12-16 are no longer going outside and connecting with nature. Due to the lack of funding students no longer get to have that connection or education of the environment. Students from Frank Middle School (FMS) and Channel Islands High School (CIHS) in Oxnard, California will be participating in a program from the B-WET grant called Crossing the Channel (CTC). Students will be taught four units and going on four field trips to get experiential learning for environmental science. It is important that students get that connection so they can be educated environmental stewards for the future, students will get the opportunity to go outside and connect with nature. My hypothesis is students environmental attitude will change after participating in the Crossing the Channel program.
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