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School's out: EGLE Classroom is in session
June 15, 2021
School is out for many Michigan students but the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy's EGLE Classroom is available any time to keep minds learning about Michigan's environment.
EGLE Classroom is a series of videos featuring EGLE experts on various topics. From composting and invasive species to recycling and clean air, EGLE Classroom videos serve students by helping them learn about the interacting with the world around them.
Since its debut last year, 24 video episodes have been posted on EGLE Classroom website. EGLE Director Liesl Clark kicked off the series highlighting the availability of the videos to teachers and parents alike.
Earlier this year, a partnership between EGLE and the Michigan Learning Channel was announced that provides EGLE Classroom videos to Michigan public television stations. The distance-learning collaboration is geared toward students in kindergarten through third grade.
Check out the videos and other resources on the EGLE Classroom webpage.