DC Environmental Education Consortium
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Our next meeting will be Wednesday September 16th 10-12 rm A3 @ the MLK Library 901 G St NW, Washington DC 20001. ( Gallery Place Chinatown Metro)

DC STEM Fair DCEEC winners congratulations to:

School Without Walls High School, Terrnika Jackson for her project entitled Genetic Variations vs Environmental Contaminants in Striped Bass in the Anacostia River.

Hardy Middle School, Freddy Truslow and Tafari Gabremedhin for their project entitled How to Naturally Filter Polluted Water?

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Mission: To bolster a network of environmental and conservation educators, increasing their capacity to provide meaningful environmental education for the residents of the District of Columbia.
Vision: To be a model of cooperation increasing environmental literacy for youth and adults of the District of Columbia. DCEEC is an inclusive network of teachers, DC schools, environmental education providers, and supports from businesses, universities, and the political arena.
Meetings: DCEEC has general meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of every other month (starting in January), usually at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library.  Our standing committees exist to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the Consortium, and are tasked with the following responsibilities.

Since 1993, DCEEC has provided a communication network that enhances the abilities of its members to increase environmental knowledge and awareness in students, teachers and adults within the District.

Today, DCEEC a non-profit organization 501(c)3, continues to provide opportunities for collaborating, networking, event coordination and program partnering among its members. We also facilitate professional development and educational opportunities that support required learning standards. Our member organizations also provide environmental expertise, professional development opportunities, curricula and resources, and hands-on classroom and field experiences to District schools.

DCEEC members provide the District of Columbia Schools:

  • environmental resource expertise
  • educator workshops and accredited courses
  • interactive classroom and field studies or investigations
  • classroom curricula and materials

Click on the links below to learn more about initiatives DCEEC facilitates in conjunction with our member organizations:

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