These JeffCo Students Are Learning About Climate Change By Taking On ‘The Sixth Extinction’

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Media Type: News / Op - Ed

Date of Publication: December 15, 2016

Year of Publication: 2016

Publication City: Centennial, CO

Publisher: Colorado Public Radio

Author(s): Jenny Brundin

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Jenny Brundin with Colorado Public Radio reports on a high school class’s exploration of climate change, rapid population growth, and the 6th Mass Extinction:

There’s a classroom in the Jefferson County Open School where students are studying one of the biggest issues on the planet. But it’s not a science classroom. It’s an English class and climate change, rapid population growth and the sudden and dramatic extinction of species all over the Earth are the topics.

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