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Advocate ESS prominence & importance for ALL students
Cultivate ESS Teachers —instructing decision makers of tomorrow
Earth stewardship & policy making

You make a difference"pay forward"

Advocate ESS Prominence

Geoscience profession employment numbers increasing, though ESS major declarations decrease. 
The Lead Cause?
Less ESS class availability in K-12 
with enthused qualified teachers equals less K-12 Students
 likely to pursue ESS majors & professions

Equity in ESS

Inner cities & minority students less likely to receive ESS education & ESS role models leading to a growing disparity of minorities in the space & geosciences

Cultivate ESS Teachers

K-12 classroomincreasingly important providing authentic learning experiences to develop ESS literacy

Earth Stewardship

Resource management, climate change, water management, pollution control, earthquake mitigationcitizenry understanding of  complex topics is inadequate

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