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KidWind Project Announces 2012 Wind Senators Program

KidWind Project Announces 2012 Wind Senators Program

Date: 1/31/2012

The KidWind Project, one of Wind Powering America's Wind for Schools project partners, announced that applications are now available online for the 2012 Wind Senators training program in Bar Harbor, Maine, on July 24 - August 4. KidWind is looking for 25 educators who are interested in working with teachers to improve wind energy education in their regions. This training combines learning about wind energy science and teaching about wind in K-12 classrooms using a wide array of curricula and educational materials.

This information was last updated on 1/31/2012

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