Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, Calif., has been a pioneer in environmental education for more than a decade. Its Living Lab, a core part of the student curriculum, has inspired graduates to pursue degrees as environmental engineers and lawyers.
A new partnership with the National Science Foundation will now enable the school to train even more students.
For an update, go to catholicvoiceoakland.org. The article appears in the Oct. 3 edition.
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