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ERIC Number: ED079073
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 23
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Long-Range Educational Planning and the Environment: A Rationale for a State Environmental Education Plan in Michigan.
Horn, B. Ray
The need for environmental education programs for citizen groups and schools alike is defined, together with the need to plan for such education. To bring about this process a state plan for environmental education is advocated. Such a plan is viewed as a four-part, comprehensive and long-range chart for planned change. To function effectively, the plan should include a statement of the authors' beliefs, assess current efforts and define goals, develop the means for arriving at the goals, and design evaluative systems. The development of Michigan's plan for environmental education is discussed at length indicating its essential elements and key recommendations. The role of government and institutional priorities are also assessed. An extensive bibliography is appended. (BL)
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Note: Address given at the Michigan Environmental Education Association State Conference (5th, Battle Creek, Michigan, November 3, 1972)