For the last installment of a three-part series on climate change, we feature Brett Levy, an assistant professor of educational theory and practice in UAlbany’s School of Education, and Casey Meehan, the sustainability coordinator for Western Technical College in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Levy and Meehan have researched how textbooks frame the issue of climate change, and the extent to which they prepare today’s youth for civic participation.
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Climate Change Pt. 3: What High School Textbooks Tell Us, with Brett Levy and Casey Meehan | UAlbany News Podcast
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