How Outdoor Schools Are Changing The Way Kids Learn

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At Cedarsong Nature School kids are not just allowed but encouraged to climb trees, even without shoes. (Greg Davis/KCTS)

Young children today recognize hundreds of corporate logos, but few can identify more than a handful of plants and animals in their own backyard.

You’re about to meet a group of preschoolers who are learning a lot about their backyards — and beyond. That’s because they go to school outside. Katie Campbell from Here & Now contributor EarthFix has the story.



Katie Campbell, reporter for EarthFix. She tweets @KatieCampbell.

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