Legal Resources | Education Code | EC 8706
Environmental facts taught as they relate to each other
The Legislature further finds and declares that in all grade levels, environmental facts should be taught as they relate to each other, rather than as isolated bits of information, and that students should become aware of the interrelated nature of living processes, gain understanding of ecological relationships and of the effect of human activities upon these relationships, and become sensitive to the interdependence of man and natural resources.
(Enacted by Stats. 1976, Ch. 1010.)