Chesapeake Bay Watershed Environmental Literacy Indicator Tool

OMB 0648-0753

OMB 0648-0753

The Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement of 2014 specifies review of progress towards the environmental literacy goal: “Enable students in the region to graduate with the knowledge and skills needed to act responsibly to protect and restore their local watersheds.” The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), on behalf of the Chesapeake Bay Program, will ask the state education agencies for Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia to survey their public school districts to determine: (1) district capacity to implement a comprehensive and systemic approach to environmental literacy education, (2) student participation in Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences during the school year, (3) sustainability practices at schools, and (4) district needs for improving environmental literacy education programming. Public school districts are asked to complete the survey on the status of their district on a set of key indicators for the four areas listed above. One individual from each district is asked to complete this survey once every two years.

The latest form for Chesapeake Bay Watershed Environmental Literacy Indicator Tool expires 2023-05-31 and can be found here.

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