CLEAN Teleconference Call November 30, 2021

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How the Formal K-12 System is Evolving to Support Climate Change Work in CA

Abstract: The presentation shared information about the role that California County Offices of Education (COE) play in California's effort to move forward systemic integration of Environmental Literacy, Sustainability, and Climate Resilient practices across CA's K-12 education system. Stories from the field included details on the San Mateo County Office of Education, one of the first COEs to launch an environmental sustainability initiative.

Bio: Andra Yeghoian is the Environmental Literacy and Sustainability Coordinator at the San Mateo County Office of Education. She provides leadership in implementing a broadEnvironmental Literacy and Sustainability Initiative that focuses on promoting environmental literacy and preparing leaders to integrate environmental sustainability and a climate ready mindset across a school communities campus, curriculum, community, and culture. Andra has served in a variety of roles in education, across public and private, and national and international schools. She holds a B.A. in International Relations and a Teaching Credential from UC Davis, and an MBA in Sustainable Systems from Presidio Graduate School.

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