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 @9QMSLY8 from Arizona answered…3wks3W

Being raised with certain ideals continuously reinforced through schooling makes them become habits, which over time will grow into bigger societal impacts. Children taught to practice sustainability will grow up being more aware of the effects they have on the environment and help promote better practices all around them, and hopefully develop new and better practices.

 @9JD8WNX from Florida answered…6mos6MO

This type of education would provide a better way how people are should prepare themselves for a better future in all aspects of life, so teaching this would be a great for all

 @9JD7DTXRepublican from Alabama answered…6mos6MO

It would teach students the importance of taking care of the place we live in.

 @9JD86MT from Alabama answered…6mos6MO

Kids would be more prone to make different decisions and more factual decisions.

 @9JD7K3G from Tennessee answered…6mos6MO

I think it would give kids and teenagers a more clear mind about the world.

 @9JD6HLD from Oklahoma answered…6mos6MO

 @9JD7RLP from Georgia answered…6mos6MO

I feel like the world would change for the better, even though kindergarteners are little kids, they could have fun ways to learn how to better the environment.

 @9JD7M5R from Alabama answered…6mos6MO

Kids will learn all through their childhood to be able to sustain a good living and be able to provide for the people they love.

 @9JD7J4B from Tennessee answered…6mos6MO

More people would be consistently be able to be sustainable throughout their life.

 @9JD7C3F from Michigan answered…6mos6MO


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