Advancing Education and Environmental Literacy
The Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) delivered environmental education training, services and resources to education professionals across the U.S. It advanced environmental education with guidelines, standards, accreditation, certification and used Internet technology to deliver courses, information and resources. EETAP made it a priority to reach educators who served ethnically diverse and low-income communities. EETAP's third and final phase started October 2005 and ended February 2011.
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Achievements
EETAP3 built on EETAPs 1 and 2 (1995-2005), continuity that enabled unprecedented gains on long-term strategic initiatives.
EETAP3 activities have benefitted nearly 2.4 million education professionals and 31 million individuals.
EETAP3 made great strides in its three program areas: Professional Development, Advancing Environmental Education, and Reaching Diverse Audiences.

 
Resources
This article reports on the evaluation results of 191 workshop participants who participated in EE and diversity workshops.
These Guidelines define what people should know and be able to do in order to have a basic grounding in ...
This snapshot of three environmental education organizations offers guidelines for becoming more inclusive.

 
EETAP Bulletins
EETAP Bulletin - February 2011
EETAP Bulletin - December 2010
EETAP Bulletin - September 2010
EETAP Bulletin - August 2010
EETAP Bulletin - July 2010
EE Articles
It's Tough to Be Inclusive (Article and Webinar)
Going Online: EE Professional Development Meets Educators Where They Live (2011)
Reinventing the Wheel: Next Steps in Building Comprehensive State and Provincial EE Programs (2011)
Becoming an Effective Environmental Educator: A Commitment to Competence (2011)
Special Studies
Teachers' and Practitioners' Professional Development Needs
Environmental Education Professional Development Priorities Study (2009)
Building More Inclusive Organizations Evaluation Report (March 2010)
Issues Associated with Nonformal Environmental Education Certification (2009)