book, Last Child in the Woods. They aren't precisely issues of outdoor ed=
ucation (ropes courses and the like) or environmental education-both of whi=
ch are certainly valuable-but more of simply educating children in the outd=
oors: making sure that young people have opportunities to connect with natu=
re in an age when such opportunities are dwindling.
Are ISED-L readers familiar with any programs currently in place that speak=
to these concerns?
Gregg W. Goldberg
Director of Studies
The Roeper School
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