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Discovery Education partners to make students ‘Agents of Change’

Discovery Education is once again teaming with the Siemens Foundation and the National Science Teachers Association to encourage teachers and students to become 'Agents of Change' in improving their communities. The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge is a national sustainability challenge which has expanded to include elementary school students in its second year. The challenge encourages students kindergarten through eighth grade to work with their classmates to create solutions to environmental issues in their classrooms and the community. For more information, and to register for the challenge, visit www.wecanchange.com.
August 12, 2009

Discovery Education is once again teaming with the Siemens Foundation and the National Science Teachers Association to encourage teachers and students to become ‘Agents of Change’ in improving their communities. The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge is a national sustainability challenge which has expanded to include elementary school students in its second year. The challenge encourages students kindergarten through eighth grade to work with their classmates to create solutions to environmental issues in their classrooms and the community. For more information, and to register for the challenge, visit www.wecanchange.com.

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