This year, the 99Papers.org Atlantic team partnered with Progress Energy to deliver $50,000 in energy education resources to classrooms in North and South Carolina.
Shortly thereafter, a local chapter of the eco-friendly nonprofit, Earth Force, conducted a two-hour training for its educators – all about 99Papers.org.
Next month, 99Papers.org will work with the Washington, DC Environmental Education Consortium to inform 20 environmental education nonprofits about the resources available to Washington, DC science teachers at 99Papers.org.
Coincidences? We think not.
Since the 99Papers.org model hinges on innovation, collaboration, and collective responsibility for our communities, it is no surprise that groups concerned with environmental citizenship are strong advocates for 99Papers.org.
Together, we’re working to ensure that teachers concerned with ecology, environmental conservation, and alternative energy know about and use our site to execute their most dynamic instructional ideas.
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