As the fires continue to rage, the state of Michigan has been forced to roll out its own curriculum.
The curriculum was created in response to the devastating wildfires in Northern California.
This new curriculum is intended to give students a deeper understanding of the wildfires, the climate change that’s caused them, and how to prepare for future fire disasters.
This curriculum will also help people understand the role of technology in climate change, and what to do if their home is destroyed.
In addition to the statewide fire safety curriculum, Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality is working on a curriculum for schools.
The state of California is also expanding its fire curriculum with a fire survival course, as well as a fire and safety awareness course for teachers and students.
California’s Firefighter Training Program is also making the transition to a new firefighting curriculum.
While this is an important step in addressing the problem of climate change in California, many other states are also taking a different approach.
In Colorado, a teacher is teaching a course on fire and survival, and the curriculum will be taught by firefighters and paramedics.
New York has a curriculum to teach students about how to respond to wildfires, and will also teach a firefighting course on campus.
Other states are introducing their own firefighting programs.
Texas is adding a fire-safety course for its students, and Indiana is also launching a fire education course.
If you live in one of the states mentioned above, it’s worth paying attention to what’s going on in your state.
While it may be hard to imagine what this new curriculum will look like, it will give teachers and parents a deeper look at how to protect themselves and their families in a changing climate.
This article is based on a guest post by Rachelle O’Connor.
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