Some teachers in Missouri are incorporating climate change into lessons while using real-world examples. Teachers say students are more interested in learning about climate change, so teachers are choosing to cover the topic in high-school biology, chemistry and physics classes -- required classes -- though the topic is mandated by the state only in environmental or earth science classes, which are usually offered as electives.
Teachers use real-world examples to teach climate change
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