A classic PLT activity connects students in Texas and Connecticut—and a parent adds an unexpected personal connection to make the learning even more real.
An elementary school in Louisiana proves Project Learning Tree is a powerful tool that can be used to improve student test scores.
Planning and tending a garden is an avenue for all students to build character and gain skills. It allows special needs students have the opportunity to expand their capabilities in a collaborative, hands-on setting.
A new outdoor space at an elementary school in Madisonville, Kentucky, provides many hands-on learning opportunities for the students.
Whether your school is just starting out or has had lots of experience being “green,” PLT’s GreenSchools Investigations can help move you forward.
Washington, D.C. might belong to the whole nation as our capital–but it also a place where kids live, learn, and go green.
Sixth grade students at Glenvar Middle School in Salem, Va., built raised beds and cooked their own food. This “Project Produce” has encouraged healthy lifestyles in the classroom and at home.
A large, diverse Title 1 public school and a small, private school in Houston both use PLT’s GreenSchools program to meet the needs of students.
After completing a self-guided Meditation Nature Trail, high school students took on a bigger project. They created a permanent, interactive station to teach visitors about interconnectedness in nature.
Students and teachers from a South Carolina high school share tips for PLT GreenSchools success.