Promoting Inclusivity in Education
Jayne Black is a preschool teacher certified with Project WET. Today, she is an environmental educator, taking on the responsibility of educating and empowering the next generation of water stewards.
Jayne Black knows from personal experience the importance of inclusion in education. Having grown up with dyslexia herself, Jayne is committed to making lessons accessible and engaging for all.
“The reason I really love this curriculum is because it’s all-inclusive! It’s going to speak to any child.
There isn’t anybody left behind. And that is really hard to find.”
We take a great deal of pride in knowing that our curriculum can have an impact on every student in the room. When it comes to educating our youth on the importance of water, we can't afford to leave anyone behind.
Project WET is currently fundraising for 2022 campaign: Inspire the Next Generation of Water Stewards. We’re asking you to help teachers like Jayne Black educate our future generations, creating a sustainable future for all. Supporting Project WET means you’re investing in the future of your community and the planet by educating students to understand the importance of water and conservation. When you give before December 31, 2022, your donation is doubled thanks to our supporters at Alkaviva.