Prince George's County Schools teacher Bonita Curtis has won a John's Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) grant to teach students about the food system and its impact on the environment.
Curtis, a teacher at Fairmont Heights High School, is one of 10 Maryland teachers to receive a "Teaching the Food System for Educators" grant. The award funds "innovative" educational activities for teachers who were early to adopt CLF's Teaching the Food System curriculum. The program focuses on the relationship of food, public health, diet and the environment.
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