UN SDG #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities UN SDG #11

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Students of Color Training on Sustainability and Green Living

Black students and communities tend to have less access to education and lifelong learning opportunities, especially concerning training on sustainability and green living.

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Students of Color Training on Sustainability and Green Living

Black students and communities tend to have less access to education and lifelong learning opportunities, especially concerning training on sustainability and green living.
42.5M
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$342.7B
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One solution to this problem is education needs to be readily available and affordable. Innovative solutions for youth engagement to increase success in grade school and the likelihood of continuing education are essential. Sustainability and green living training can be integrated into classroom structures and innovative continuing education solutions.

Typically, 72 percent of Black individuals aged 25 and older have a high school diploma compared to 85.5 percent for white counterparts (2000 Census). Further, across all grade levels, Black students are almost three times more likely to be held back than white students.

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