Join the 2024 Maryland Climate Teach-In!
What is the Maryland Climate Teach-in?
The Maryland Climate Teach-In is an annual week of events focused on climate change education and solutions. It brings together educators, students, and community members to discuss this critical issue and empower people to act to mitigate the causes of climate change.
The Teach-In was introduced in 2023 by the Maryland Commission on Climate Change, in conjunction with Bard College's Worldwide Climate Change Teach-In. Based on strong interest and success in its first year, the Commission's Education Working Group is now spearheading the 2024 Teach-In and hopes to make it an annual event. The Commission formally recommended that the General Assembly declare the first week of April "Climate Education Week" in Maryland in perpetuity.
- Start meaningful conversations about climate change
- Connect climate science to real-world impacts and solutions
- Inspire students and community members to get involved
Who can participate?
- Schools (primary, middle, high school, and higher ed)
- Community organizations
- Faith-based groups
- Anywhere people come together!
How to host an event
We provide turnkey event models below to make planning easy:
First, pledge to host an eventPledge to host an event and be entered to win special guest appearances by Maryland Climate Change Commission and Secretary of the Department of the Environment Serena McIlwain and Maryland Teacher of the Year Mary Kay Connerton!
Help spread the word!
Share this page on social media to get more people involved! Let's make the 2024 Teach-In bigger in Maryland than anywhere!
There are plenty of resources to be found for all grade levels and all ages, via the links below! Check them out and choose one or a combination of ideas that will work for your school, class, or group!