Climate Education Reform Survey 2021-22
In this survey, we use the term "climate change education” to refer to the knowledge, skills, experiences and resources that students and teachers need to address the climate crisis and highly interconnected social and environmental issues.

By completing this ANONYMOUS survey, you will have your voice heard on what climate education should look like, and how climate education can be better prioritized in BC.

The first section is for both educators and students to complete. The next section will ask you different questions whether you are a student or a teacher.

Students: the final section of the survey will allow you to make SUSTAINABILITY ACTION PLEDGES.  

Note: your responses won't be saved until you finish the survey and hit "Submit" at the end.

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Do you think the education system (grades 7 - 12) should be doing more, less, or about the same as now to educate young people on climate change? *
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements *
 1 = Strongly Disagree, 2 = Somewhat Disagree, 3 = Neither agree nor disagree, 4 = Somewhat Agree, 5 = Strongly Agree
Climate change education should be provided to all students (grades 7-12).
Climate change education should be a high priority in school (grades 7 - 12).
When it comes to climate change, which topics should the BC curriculum INCREASE its focus on? (Choose your top three preferences) *
Are you a student or an educator? Based on your response, you will be directed to the appropriate next section. *
Please write out the full name of school you attend or teach at. *
Which district is your school in? *
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