Study Finds That Outdoor Education Can Close the Racial Gap in Environmental Literacy Filed in Racial Gap, Research & Studies on March 29, 2013

April 2013
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);4/4/2013, p4
The article discusses a study conducted by the researchers at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, which found that middle students exposed to outdoor education likely perform better academically in the field of environmental literacy.


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