- Last Updated on January 24, 2012
- Written by CMI Staff
Field trips alone hardly constitute place-based education, but they often are integral parts of place-based efforts and on their own, field trips represent an excellent way of introducing students to their community.
Education Week’s Diette Courrege highlights a study on this subject in this Rural Education blog. The study, Describing Connections between Science Content and Future Careers: Implementing Texas Curriculum for Rural At-Risk High School Students Using Purposefully-Designed Field Trips" was published in the fall issue of The Rural Educator, the peer-reviewed professional publication of the National Rural Education Association.