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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   July 19, 2007 - Issue #9  
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We asked, and you answered! Here are the results from last week's poll questions.

Do you think schools should be required to teach students about climate change?

Yes - this is a very important topic - 58%
No - there are more important topics that need to be taught - 14%
Maybe - Speak out! - 27%

Speak out about this week's question!

Yes, so they can prepare us about the future.
Falza, 5, United States

I think we should learn about climate changes because not only do you know more, but you can learn more about the environment and help to save it from global warming. Our environment is really important, and if we don't act quickly, life can disappear from Earth.
Jennifer, 9, United States

No, because there are way more important things that need to be taught with all the things going on in the world right now. I thing we should focus on that later.
Dasia, 13, United States

I think the answer is no. It is an important thing but, we already have so much to learn at school some kids will get frustrated and their grades will slip. Our parents can teach us about this issue.
Nikki, 9, Canada

I think that will be a yes because that is super important and I think students will be lucky to their teachers to teach them that.
Natasha, 8, Venezuela

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