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Climate Justice Curriculum by Youth, for Youth

by Courtney Welsh, CEO, Global Nomads Group

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When an estimated 400,000 middle school students across the state of California participate in the upcoming seventh-grade Climate Change and Environmental Justice Program (CCEJP) curriculum from Ten Strands, they will be a part of a one-of-a-kind experience designed by their peers across the state and around the world.

When Ten Strands announced its search for partners to create the new curriculum, the international nonprofit Global Nomads Group saw an opportunity to apply its youth-driven curriculum design model to a new classroom need. Given that Global Nomads Group previously created online courses related to human rights and ocean health, the new topics fit neatly with its social and environmental justice-oriented mission.

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