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Introducing the IdEEA Climate Curriculum Cohort Fellowship!

Janice Alexander, Boise

We are very excited to offer a new way for teachers to connect with IdEEA around the topic of climate change. Through a funded partnership with The Nature Conservancy, we are supporting 10 Fellows as a Climate Curriculum Cohort for the 2023-24 school year. This cohort will learn and work together, creating a Community of Practice to support each other and other teachers in discussing the impacts of climate change in Idaho.

This opportunity arose from conversations we’ve been having with educators and environmental groups over the past year. We have heard multiple times that teachers want lessons that relate specifically to Idaho. They also want additional support in talking about climate with their students. Our Fellowship aims to address both of those desires by using the University of Idaho’s Idaho Climate-Economy Impacts Assessment as the foundation for lesson plans and bringing teachers together via a series of workshops throughout the year.

Idaho fire risk and population centers as detailed in

the Idaho Climate-Economy Impacts Assessment.

We’re looking for teachers excited to commit to a year of collaboration and leadership growth that they can then share with their colleagues and communities. In return, Fellows will receive a $1600 stipend, access to professional development credits, and reserved spots at the next NASA Earth to Sky workshop in McCall in November 2023.

Applications and further details are online and open through the end of August; any questions can be directed to We invite you to apply and look forward to working with you in the 2023-24 school year!


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