On Tuesday, June 21, 2011, Maryland became the first state in the nation to pass a graduation requirement that will require high school students to be "environmentally literate" in order to graduate.
- Details of the new Maryland environmental literacy requirement
The No Child Left Inside Coalition has been advocating for the passing of the No Child Left Inside Act - which is a comprehensive envrionmental literacy bill that is sponsored by Rep. John Sarbanes from Maryland.
- View  the NCLI Coalition's interview regarding the new Maryland requirement (the interview starts at 2 minutes, 35 seconds - so rewind to that time to begin).
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