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Resources For Environmental Health Studies Digital Library

 

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Target Audiences
The primary audience for these materials is educators seeking a holistic, innovative education approach that is engaging and meaningful to a diverse group of students and empowers teachers with a non- traditional, non-compartmentalized system. Potential users include school districts considering systemic change, schools or districts wanting to develop academies (a school within a school) or "houses" within their schools, and Charter Schools. Secondary audiences can include teachers who team teach and teachers interested in integrated education. A tertiary audience is the individual teacher who would like to use the high quality materials and attempt some subject integration.

 


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Stefani Hines, Director: 520-626-3692
Marti Lindsey, Asst. Specialist: 520-626-7659
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is funded by NIEHS grant # ES06694


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