New science standards come to NYS schools, including new approach to climate change education
The organization representing more than 600 public school boards across the state says how science is taught in the classroom will influence how a generation of students think about climate change.
Starting this fall, new standards for teaching science go into effect in New York. They put a much more specific emphasis on the role of human activity in global warming.
Click on the LISTEN link above to hear an interview with Dave Albert, spokesman for the New York State School Boards Association.