YES! resources for a deeper understanding about consumption, our materials-based economy, and alternative ways of living.
Curriculum & Resources
How students can tell big companies like World's Finest Chocolate that they demand an end to abusive child labor practices, and that they want to buy products that are Fair Trade Certified.
Resources to accompany the January/February 2008 Education Connection newsletter on The Story of Stuff and Consumption: Facing the Future, The Center for Ecoliteracy, UNESCO, and Redefining Progress.
Curriculum tools and resources from the Voices in Wartime Education Project.
Resources to accompany the December 2007 Education Connection newsletter on Teaching Peace: PeaceJam, Teaching Tolerance, Educators for NonViolence, Oxfam Education: Darfur-Teaching the Issues.
Are you being recruited? Are recruiters giving you all the information you need to make an informed decision about joining the military? Do you have other options? These questions should be filtering through your mind while trying to understand what it means to be a young American.
Curricula and other resources for teaching peace.
Want to take action, but don't know where to start? Start here! The following is a list of organizations that support both teachers and students in their efforts to create positive environmental change.
YES! for Youth curriculum materials are based on articles published in the pages of ad-free YES! magazine. They are designed to help students explore positive solutions to social justice and environmental challenges.
Questions for reflection and discussion from the article "Bringing Biodiesel from Colorado to Colombia"
Questions for Students for the article “Earth Charter” YES!
One of the goals of our YES! For Teachers education outreach program is to help educators make the content in our magazine more accessible to their students.
8 practical steps to teaching peace in your community.