Five ways the new sustainability and climate change strategy for schools in England doesn’t match up to what young people actually want

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By Elizabeth Rushton, UCL and Lynda Dunlop, University of York

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

The UK government has introduced a new sustainability and climate change strategy for schools. However, our research shows that it does not go far enough to meet what young people and teachers want.

Last year, together with colleagues, we conducted research with over 200 teachers, teacher educators (the people who train teachers) and young people aged 16-18 from the UK to understand how they wanted schools to tackle sustainability and climate change. Participants were recruited via email and Twitter.

Our research allows us to assess how far the government’s new strategy aligns with what teachers and young people want. Here are five key things that teachers, teacher educators and young people would like to see in schools – and how the…

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