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World Bank
9/25/2017

Civic tech in the global south assessing technology for the public good

BOSTON - The National Audubon Society has been awarded a $91,000 Environmental Education Grant by the US Environmental Protection Agency to support its work in addressing a range of topics in classrooms to support schoolyard habitats.
World Bank
9/22/2017

Technology breakthroughs the nerve of development in Africa

The Colorado town of Westminster is building a $3.7 million-playground for its community with the hope of bringing children back to nature by bringing nature to them. The nature playground, which is expected to open next summer, will feature a sand

A new survey in the U.K. suggests the teenagers today are far more sedentary than their parents were at the same age. The study found that the number of young teenagers who play outside has dropped dramatically over the years. The research is part o

The National Park Service will offer free admission to parks across the country Saturday, Sept. 30, as part of National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day, held annually on the fourth Saturday in September, is the nation’s largest, single-d

The Dulcie September Travelling Exhibition is at the Wolfgat Environmental Education Multipurpose Centre in Tafelsig.  Cape Town’s Arts and Culture Department gives insight into the life of Dulcie September, one of the country&r
World Bank
9/21/2017

SABER education management information systems country report Ukraine 2017
World Bank
9/17/2017

Enhancing school quality in Vietnam through participative and collaborative learning

Held the fourth Saturday of September, the National Environmental Education Foundation's National Public Lands Day is the largest single-day volunteer effort for our country's parks, national parks, beaches and other public lands. Sept. 30 also is a








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