Environmental education has received increased attention during the past four years. Most of the fifty states have formulated or are in the process of formulating a state plan for environmental education. Elementary and secondary school curricula continue to reflect increased concern and activity in environmental education. Higher education has responded with modification of traditional courses, design and implementation of new courses, and at some institutions, new degree programs in environmental studies. Interest has not been restricted to the physical and biological sciences; people in social sciences and humanities on all levels have participated and in many instances have been at the forefront of activity.
Iowa Science Teachers' Journal
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DeLuca, Frederick P.
"Environmental Education: No Passing Fad,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 10
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol10/iss4/4