REAL School Gardens teach real science

Lucky students in 90+ Texas school are learning science, as well as math and language arts, by getting their hands in the soil and growing vegetables thanks to REAL School Gardens: a nonprofit organization serving teachers and students by creating and sustaining school gardens and outdoor classrooms. REAL recruits donors and volunteers, and gives teachers ongoing support, training, and materials. Teaching STEM with real stems! What could be better? Read more here: More Than A Veggie PatchMaybe they’ll make Rainbow Stew!

Bianca Marquez, a fifth grade science teacher at  Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School in Dallas, works with students in the school's learning garden. (Jill Johnson/REAL School Gardens)

Bianca Marquez, a fifth grade science teacher at Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School in Dallas, works with students in the school’s learning garden. (Jill Johnson/REAL School Gardens)

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